The Career Services Office lists opportunities which it feels will be of interest to students and alumni. Laguna College of Art + Design cannot guarantee the reliability or character of the listing employers. We cannot be responsible for potential disputes or contractual difficulties with contacts listed by the office. We strongly advise applicants to screen potential employers carefully.
  • Apr 08 DIGITAL MEDIA ADMINISTRATOR The Fullest
    Fulltime

    Laguna Beach, CA

    The Fullest and Laguna Beach Living are two media outlets located in Corona Del Mar who put out daily content online as well as a quarterly print publication sold in Barnes & Noble and various boutiques across the US, Europe, and Asia.

    We are looking for a full time hourly in-house employee who would be able to assist in graphic design, photography, copywriting, editing, and uploading content onto WordPress, as well as drafting emails for our 50k email database.

    The ideal candidate would pay close attention to detail and be proficient in social media. This is mostly an in-office position, however some days may be remote.

    To apply, please send a resume and two writing samples to hi@thefullest.com.

    hi@thefullest.com https://thefullest.com
  • Apr 08 ART INSTRUCTOR - ELEMENTARY GEE I CAN!
    Parttime

    Various Schools in Orange County

    Are you looking for teaching experience? Would you like to earn some extra money doing something you really enjoy?

    Teach an afternoon (after-school) art class at a local school one day a week (or two or three!).
    Experience teaching kids is strongly preferred, but don’t hesitate to reach out if you think your specific background would be suited to doing this.

    Our professionally developed lesson plans are fully illustrated and simple to follow. We will
    make sure you’re totally comfortable and capable before you teach any class.

    For more information and to apply, visit https://www.geeican.com/index.php?main_page=teach_a_class.

    Greg Weiss gmweiss@geeican.com https://www.geeican.com
  • Apr 08 2D ANIMATOR THE MOON’S NOT THAT GREAT
    freelance

     

    Skills Required including Computer Programs: 2D Animator — Photoshop, TVPaint, ToonBoom, Adobe Animate all acceptable
    Experience: Talented 2D Animator
    Compensation: $15.00/hr
    Medium: Digital 2D Animation
    Media of usage: Animated Short Film
    Usage rights: Work created for project be used in portfolio w/proper credit. Director retains
    rights
    Timeline for completion: May 25

    We’re looking for a few talented 2D animators for several key shots in a short film executive
    produced by Nexus Studios. Work on a shot by shot basis. We're looking for artists who can animate in the style of the film: graphic, shape oriented drawn animation. Ample character style guidelines provided.

    Email themoonsnotthatgreat@gmail.com for any additional info or to show reel/portfolio. Thanks for your interest!

    Mathiew Libman themoonsnotthatgreat@gmail.com 714-673-5338
  • Apr 08 CALL FOR ARTISTS ACE 121 GLENDALE
    competition

     

    Ace 121 Show Dates: Opening June 1 – closing July 13

    Roslin Art Gallery show dates: TBD

    Ace 121 Gallery is accepting submissions for the 2019 show, glendaleOUT.
    glendaleOUT is a multi-venue LGBTQIA-based show that will do two things:
    – Announce to Glendale its queer population exists, is visible, is viable, and is part of Glendale’s narrative.
    – Share with Glendale and each other the stories of our coming out – either to ourselves, to our friends, to our families, in our schools, at our jobs, or any other way/place/moment we’ve arrived into our queer selves.
    “Coming out” isn’t just an announcement. It’s a statement that we deserve public space and recognition. It’s the culmination of journey and for some this is an easy, funny, or celebrated event. For others, the journey goes from realization, to fear and dread, to considerations and options, and finally to proclamation. It’s a measuring of something about ourselves we fear so primally unacceptable to some that it could END US, end everything we know as we know it — our parents’ love for us, the world’s response to us, our friends’ effort for us. It is the passage through fire and fear to self. “Coming out” is the moment we declare.
    Some find ambivalence, others find their worst fears realized, still others discover love and celebration. We, LGBTQIA people, experience risk to live our lives as we are. When we take the risk of living self, we don’t know how claiming our identity publicly will affect us and those around us. This is the story of arriving at ourselves: the risk, freedom, and joy of Coming Out.”
    glendaleOUT is accepting your voice in any form you wish to offer it – artworks, written word, video, anything presentable in a gallery setting.
    – All submissions are due April 30, 2019.
    – Name, date of work, dimensions of work, medium, special accommodations for work if necessary.
    – Include price if for sale, or indicate NFS
    – Written submissions can be from any person with a coming out story – parent, friend, teacher, etc.
    – Anonymous submissions are welcome.
    This will be a different kind of exhibition based on the opportunity given us. We know so far that the public schools in Glendale will host a LGBTQIA art show in May on the theme of glendaleOUT. From that show, some work will be selected to be included in the ace/121 Gallery show, in addition to selected works from this open call. We continue to consider how to present both the kid’s and adult’s art work in a shared space.

    Fine Print: “Artwork” includes photography, painting, sculpture, video, anything 2- and 3-D. All work must be ready-to-hang. All artists must be able to deliver/pick up work on the designated dates (TBD) or otherwise make special arrangements. Written word submission is not to exceed one typed page, double-spaced. Every person is invited to submit one piece of art AND/OR one written page. Please indicate if the page is meant to accompany the artwork or may be presented separate from it. No piece has guaranteed acceptance, artists will be notified by (TBD).
    Community context: Last year after the “What Makes You Queer” show at the ace/121 Gallery in Glendale, the gallery was approached by advisers from several Glendale Unified School District locations inquiring if we’d be interested in collaborating with the local Gay Straight Alliances, or GSA, a national network of “trans and queer youth uniting for racial and gender justice.” The first consideration was to help develop a student show at Crescenta Valley High School and second to open an art dialog with the larger LGBTQIA community. There is some form of a GSA chapter in most schools in Glendale, including middle and elementary. A student show on the theme of glendaleOUT will be held in May 2019. Selected work from the student show will be incorporated into the ace/121 Gallery and show. We are hoping for a broad community involvement including the students from Glendale Public Schools and their parents.

    For more information, contact glendaleOUT at glendaleout@gmail.com

    glendaleout@gmail.com http://ace121glendale.com/
  • Apr 08 SENIOR DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION BOWERS MUSEUM
    Fulltime

    Santa Ana, CA

    The Senior Director of Education is responsible for leading comprehensive, organization-wide education initiatives that advance the museum’s mission as well as research, collections, permanent and special exhibitions. The Senior Director of Education oversees the development and operations of high quality and relevant programs of various formats targeted to children, students, educators, families, adults, and seniors of diverse backgrounds. Manage direct marketing and promotional activities to promote the museum experience to schools, colleges and universities, adult and senior groups and the community. Grant administration and reporting are a key function of this position. Interface with the Board of Governors, Public Programs and Personnel Committees and community leaders to advocate for the museum and expand community involvement. Administer and evaluate foundation education grants. Serves as a member of the museum’s Senior Management Team.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
    – Develop, market, and implement programs and curricula for the Bowers Museum and Kidseum
    – Develop and implement Docent training for Museum exhibitions
    – Develop exhibit-related educational material such as gallery guides, teacher workbooks, catalogues and other printed and/or digital material
    – Work closely with appropriate departments to assist in raising grant funds, administer and report on grants in support of the Museum’s mission
    – Responsible for lecture series, seminars, film series and docent-led tours held in conjunction with exhibits
    – Identify and utilize art professionals and scholars locally and nationally for educational programs
    – Develop annual budget for education department including Kidseum
    – Establish and sustain contacts with school districts to assess needs and develop curriculum-based programs
    – Manage and supervise education staff
    – Museum liaison to all affiliate groups
    – Work closely with Board of Governors’ Public Programs and Personnel Committees, attend Board meetings
    – Other duties as assigned
    – Conduct all responsibilities in a safe manner according to regulations (OSHA, IIPP, etc.)

    For more information and to apply, contact humanresources@bowers.org.

    https://www.bowers.org/
  • Apr 08 MULTIPLE INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE! PASADENA SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION
    internship

    Pasadena, CA

     

    The Pasadena Symphony and POPS is recruiting for summer interns through the Los Angeles County Art Commission Summer Internship Program. We are offering a full-time, paid internship for 10-weeks beginning after June 1, 2019. Deadline to apply is April 12, 2019. Information about the internship as well as how to apply is below.
    SPECIAL EVENT INTERN
    The Special Event intern will work with the fundraising team to support the Pasadena Symphony Association (PSA) through special summer events and support donor relations activities during the summer Pasadena POPS season. Through the collaboration with the Chief Development Officer, the Development Associate, and the Fundraising Committee of the Board, the intern will support the planning and execution of small group events and post-concert receptions. The intern will be a part of the entire event planning process, including after-event follow-up, and gain a broader understanding of the importance of community support in the life of a nonprofit. In addition, the intern will engage in donor interactions during the Pasadena POPS and be instrumental in the planning team for our annual Moonlight Sonata Gala.
    The Special Event intern’s day-to-day activities will include:
    – Support with donor relations activities;
    – Maintenance of the development office hard and electronic files;
    – Donor data entry;
    – Provide support for annual fundraising and friend-raising event activities; and
    – Prepare and present a final presentation to the PSA’s Board on development tasks accomplished.
    MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERN
    The Pasadena Symphony and POPS seeks a Marketing and Public Relations Intern to assist in its communications activities, which support the presentation of world-class music in the San Gabriel Valley.. The scope of the internship includes media relations and managing the departments’ communications calendar, comprised of direct mail, email campaigns, and website updates, as well as a comprehensive social media campaign. In addition, the intern will be instrumental during the Pasadena POPS summer season, engaging in direct interaction with the media and the public.
    The Marketing and Public Relations intern’s day-to-day activities will include:
    – Support media relations activities
    – Grow and manage media list
    – Maintain communications calendar including email campaigns, direct mail and social media
    – Maintain Marketing Department hard and electronic files
    – Website Updates
    – Provide support for the Pasadena POPS summer season
    – Make a final presentation to the PSA’s Board on tasks accomplished.
    – Other duties as assigned

    For more information and to apply for either of these internships, visit https://pasadenasymphony-pops.org/about/employment-and-volunteer-opportunities/.

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THESE INTERNSHIPS!

    https://pasadenasymphony-pops.org/
  • Apr 08 CALL FOR ARTWORK: 2018/2019 CALENDAR - ALL MEDIA COLDWELL BANKER LAGUNA BEACH
    freelance, other

    Laguna Beach, CA

    Celebrating 8 years of featuring LCAD artists on our monthly calendar! Submit existing images today for FREE exposure on the 2018-2019 calendar!

    We want to make this free opportunity available to the talented students and alumni of LCAD. This is open to all media. We will choose the 12 artworks for the calendar, and contact the artist with our selections. The monthly calendar also states that the work selected is from a current or alumni of Laguna College of Art + Design along with your contact info and website.

    Established in Laguna Beach, real estate group seeks 12 images, any medium, to be featured in a monthly calendar for our clients. Calendars reach approximately 4,000 homes with the majority mailed monthly to Laguna Beach homeowners. The featured artist pays absolutely nothing for this exposure. Generally, the printer produces an over-run of the reproduction, in the form of a calendar, which is given to the artist…at no charge! The artist’s name and website (or best contact email address) is printed on the calendar which can lead to business opportunities for the artist. Several LCAD artists have made sales due to this exposure!

    Please send jpgs to: Renee.Bernard@camoves.com and Ray McAfoose at mcafoose92651@gmail.com

    Subject line should read: Calendar Art

    Please include your name, email address and phone number with your submissions. Feel free to send over as many as you would like. Images need to be horizontal.

    ***Only JPG files, low resolution, 1M or less (we will contact the artist chosen for higher resolution files for the printer.***

    For more information about us, please contact Ray McAfoose at mcafoose92651@gmail.com.

    mcafoose92651@gmail.com 949-499-8927
  • Apr 08 GRAPHIC DESIGNER GOOGLE HOMES INC.
    freelance

     

    Skills Required: Photoshop, Post, GIMP, illustrator, inscape, adobe in design, word(preferred) or Equivalent
    Experience: Entry Level with some experience
    Type: Project company portfolio, marketing material, and social media
    Medium: Digital
    Media of usage: magazine, brochure, annual report, catalog, etc.
    Timeline for completion: 2–4 Weeks

    JOB DESCRIPTION:
    – Prepares work to be accomplished by gathering information and materials.
    – Plans concept by studying information and materials.
    – Obtains approval of concept by submitting rough layout for approval.
    – Prepares final layout by marking and pasting up finished copy and art.
    – Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
    For more information and to apply, contact Paige Wang at paigewang@homzteam.com

    Paige Wang paigewang@homzteam.com 949-371-8889 homzteam.com
  • Apr 08 Art Gallery & Home Showroom Sales Rep Thomas Studios
    Parttime

    Laguna Beach, CA

    Minimum Wage + Commission

    Looking to hire a sales rep for an Art Gallery / Home Showroom. Our products include contemporary sculptures, ocean inspired wood wall sculptures, abstract acrylic canvas art, custom furniture, and glass blown lighting. We also provide interior design services.
    Job may also entail email marketing, customer outreach, gallery upkeep including sweeping and dusting off furniture and products, making sure the gallery is presentable. Looking for friendly and motivated individuals. Marketing, advertising, interior design and social media skills or experience are all a huge plus!

    Days/Times for Hire: Thursday-Sunday, 1pm-7pm.

    For more information and to apply, contact Shaun at shaun@thomasstudioslaguna.com.

    Shaun shaun@thomasstudioslaguna.com 949-274-9023 http://thomasstudioslaguna.com/
  • Apr 08 Call for Artists Through the Eyes of Artists
    other

    Los Angeles, CA

    Artists are invited to be considered for future opportunities for LA County Metro’s Through the Eyes of Artists series. In the tradition of celebrating transportation through colorful travel destination posters, Metro engages artists to create original artworks featuring neighborhoods throughout LA County. The artworks are presented in a printed poster format and displayed inside Metro’s fleet of more than 2,500 buses and trains. Prior public art experience is not a requirement.

    Deadline: Applications must be completed online by 11:59 p.m. (PST) on April 15, 2019.

    For more information and to apply, visit https://metroart.slideroom.com/#/login/program/48196.

  • Apr 08 Junior Graphic Designer 454 Creative

    Irvine, CA

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    – A body of work that demonstrates creative capabilities and talent. Portfolio submission required.
    – Prior graphic design experience
    – Fluent in Adobe Creative Suite
    – Fluent in MS Office 365 Suite
    – Energetic and achiever personality who enjoys being busy
    – Adaptable and open to feedback
    – Web design experience preferred (working knowledge of HTML, CSS)

    GRAPHIC DESIGNER:
    – Provide graphic design for projects which includes:
    − Email layout and design
    − Digital advertisement layout and design work.
    − Social media graphic and image creation
    − Photo editing as needed
    − Communicate regular updates to Art Director and Project Manager
    − Track, manage, and make revisions/content edits on various design files based on feedback from clients and Art Director
    − Execute internal 454 design needs for various projects including marketing campaigns, internal documents, social media, email campaigns, etc.
    − Work alongside Art Director on large-scale branding and logo projects

    EXPECTATIONS:
    – Standard of Excellence in all work product
    – Active Management of Projects and Tasks in Asana
    – Active Management of Client Time in Harvest
    – Weekly meetings with Art Director for Supervision and Care
    – Participation in Agency-wide Events and Meetings

    For more information and to apply, email cover letter, resume and portfolio to Chad Coltman at chad@454creative.com
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    GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERNSHIP | EL KAPITAN

    El Kapitan

    HOME


    Kara Crochett
    kara.c@ivsintl.com
    Huntington Beach, CA

    INTERNSHIP

    Work Activities:
    – Design – You will work with various phases of active projects to prepare design diagrams, conceptual conversion presentations, and preliminary presentation graphics for customer orders.
    – Project Management – You will work with our designers to recreate previous design conversion packages, drawing and conversion packages.
    – Estimating – Assist with project budgets and timelines.
    – Assist with photography & video creation when needed.
    – Crop and edit photos as required.
    – Perform other responsibilities, as they are developed.

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:
    – Skills we’re seeking: Proficient with computer software programs including Auto CAD, Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator), SketchUp, MS Office Suite
    – Can communicate design concepts and ideas through hand sketching, graphics, and rendering.
    – Preferred Educational Status Pursuing a bachelors or associates degree from an accredited program in any areas of Graphic Design.
    – Experience with Adobe After Effect, Premiere, Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign software
    – Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.
    – Excellent Communication skills & a Positive attitude.
    – Must be enrolled or currently attending school.

    For more information and to apply, visit https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/110709/IVS-International-Inc/Design-Intern

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THIS INTERNSHIP!

    Chad Coltman chad@454creative.com 949-299-1120
  • Apr 08 GRAPHIC DESIGNER FOR VIDEO PRODUCTION, WEB DESIGN AND MERCHANDISING LAGUNA CANDLES

    Laguna Beach, CA

    We would like to create a Master Class video complete with sound and editing that will demonstrate 2 – 3 levels of candle making: Introductory level, intermediate and master level.
    This is a freelance position. Open to entry-level and experienced graphic designers.
    Please see the list below of services we’re looking for.

    1. Video production
    2. Video editing
    3. Sound production / editing
    4. Website design & production
    5. Retail merchandising
    6. Retail signage

    Please send your portfolio and services you are interested in applying to clarence@lagunacandles.com

    Clarence Hendricks clarence@lagunacandles.com 949-680-8444 https://www.lagunacandles.com/
  • Apr 08 GRAPHIC DESIGN, COPYWRITING, CONTENT THE FULLEST

    Corona del Mar, CA

    The Fullest and Laguna Beach Living are two media outlets located in Corona Del Mar who put out daily content online as well as a quarterly print publication sold in Barnes & Noble and various boutiques across the US, Europe, and Asia.

    We are looking for a full time hourly in-house employee who would be able to assist in graphic design, copywriting and uploading content onto WordPress, as well as drafting emails for our 50k email database.

    The ideal candidate would pay close attention to detail and be proficient in social media. This is mostly an in-office position; however, some days may be remote.

    To apply, please send a resume and two writing samples to hi@thefullest.com

    Nikki Bostwick hi@thefullest.com 949-274-6533 thefullest.com
  • Apr 08 GRAPHIC DESIGN AND VIDEO PRODUCTION SUMMER INTERNSHIP PLANNED PARENTHOOD
    internship

    Our Marketing department is looking for a junior or senior student with experience and/or training in either graphic design or video production.

    Want to do creative work you can be proud of? Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties is seeking Juniors or Seniors with a background in Graphic Design or Video Production.

    Interested? Please send your resume and portfolio to Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator Kristen Ha at kristen.ha@pposbc.org

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THIS INTERNSHIP!

    Kristen Ha kristen.ha@pposbc.org pposbc.org
  • Apr 08 GRAPHIC DESIGNER ARIA SPECIALTY FOODS
    internship

    Newport Coast, CA

    Skills Required including Computer Programs: Illustration, Graphic Design logo and brand design.
    Experience: Experienced Junior or Senior Student
    Pay (or request bid): Requesting bid
    Medium: print/digital
    Media of usage: catalog, labels, price sheets, business cards.
    Usage rights: I get to own the rights
    Timeline for completion: Open to discussion

    We are looking for someone to create labels, logo’s, business cards, and flyers for a start-up food project.

    For more information and to apply, contact Aria Specialty Foods at AriaSpecialtyfoods@gmail.com.

    AriaSpecialtyfoods@gmail.com 949-903-6233
  • Apr 08 STORYBOARD TRAINEE INTERNSHIP DREAMWORKS TV

    The Storyboard Trainee Program is 12 weeks long and is a full-time opportunity. In addition to learning and growing through mentorship and classes, Storyboard Trainees are responsible for storyboard cleanup and revisions on a Television show in production.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    – Responsible for ensuring that storyboards align with creative ambitions, vision, and style for each episode
    – Work closely with the Director(s) to discuss the objectives of the storyboard revisions: ask questions, clarify notes, and ensure storyboard revisions are completed per the feedback provided
    – Ensure deadlines are consistently met and communicate progress of work to supervisors and to appropriate production staff

    QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:
    – Completion of an art program, or recent graduate with an Associate, Bachelor or Graduate degree from a College/University (or equivalent)
    – Less than two years of work experience in the animation industry
    – Strong drawing skills with a demonstrated sense of storytelling, staging, composition, and character acting
    – Ability to communicate effectively

    DESIRED CHARACTERISTICS:
    – Please submit a resume that includes a short bio or summary
    – Please submit an online portfolio and/or digital portfolio (PDF) in order to be considered for the Storyboard Trainee Program
    – An ideal portfolio will contain strong storyboard samples (the samples can be personal projects, academic projects, or professional projects)
    – Please include your story thought process through: sketches, character poses, facial expressions, designs, etc.

    For more information and to apply, visit https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?PageType=JobDetails&partnerid=25354&siteid=5108&Areq=47864BR#jobDetails=447694_5108

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THIS INTERNSHIP!

    http://www.dreamworkstv.com/
  • Apr 08 VISUAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINEE INTERNSHIP DREAMWORKS TV
    internship

     

    In addition to learning and growing through mentorship and classes, Visual Development Trainees are responsible for creating design assets on a Television show in production. The Visual Development Trainees will be part of a design team ensuring that the assets created hit the creative goals of the series.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    – Under the direction of the Art Director: design and/or paint backgrounds, characters, props, and/or vehicles
    – Willingness to take feedback and rework designs while maintaining a fresh perspective
    – Ensure deadlines are consistently met and communicate progress of work to supervisors and to appropriate production staff
    – Attend classes within the Visual Development Trainee curriculum and complete program projects

    QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:
    – Completion of an art program, or recent graduate with an Associate, Bachelor or Graduate degree from a College/University (or equivalent)
    – Less than two years of work experience in the animation industry
    – Solid design foundation including knowledge of: perspective, composition, painting, lighting and color theory
    – Ability to communicate effectively

    DESIRED CHARACTERISTICS:
    – Please submit a resume that includes a short bio or summary
    – Please submit an online portfolio and/or digital portfolio (PDF) in order to be considered for the Visual Development Trainee Program
    – An ideal portfolio will showcase a strong design foundation of perspective, composition, painting, lighting and color theory
    – Please include work that showcases your design thought process through: reference, roughs, line art, turns, final line, color, etc.
    – You can include personal projects, academic projects, or professional projects in your portfolio

    For more information and to apply, visit https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?PageType=JobDetails&partnerid=25354&siteid=5108&Areq=47868BR#jobDetails=447698_5108

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THIS INTERNSHIP!

    http://www.dreamworkstv.com/
  • Apr 08 MARKETING SPECIALIST ARCADIA INC.
    Fulltime

    Arcadia Inc. is a leading national single source supplier specializing in producing fine quality
    windows and doors for Commercial and Residential applications.

    We are seeking an artistic and experienced Marketing Specialist to be based in South Gate, CA.
    reporting to the Director of Marketing.

    KEY JOB DUTIES:
    – On-going management of Arcadia Custom (Luxury Residential Doors and Windows) website (make changes, additions) using WordPress CMS
    – Create Arcadia Custom Product Tear Sheets using Adobe Illustrator
    – Design and execute Constant Contact email campaigns for multiple Arcadia business units
    – Social Media content creation, posting and maintenance
    – Assist in re-design and launch of new Arcadia Inc. (Commercial Doors and Windows) Website
    – Image and Illustration manipulation using Adobe Photoshop
    – Coordination of lifestyle home photoshoots/videos for website updates
    – Coordination of AIA course development and keep AIA course materials and records
    – Provide course evaluations to course attendees and certificates of completion Key Competencies
    – Proficient in Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and HTML programming
    – Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, Power-point and Outlook
    – Proven social media experience with ability to create and manage social media content
    – Proven website development and management experience
    – Experience in and ability to create and manage effective email marketing campaigns
    – Experience in manufacturing or related industry marketing activities
    – Experience in working with internal stakeholders, including senior management, sales, engineering and manufacturing management
    – Ability to effectively communicate with variety of personnel both verbally and in writing
    – Strong attention to detail
    – Proven effective planning and organizational skills
    – Experience managing multiple projects at the same time
    – College degree preferred

    For more information and to apply, contact Patrick Wilde at pwilde@arcadiacustom.com

    Patrick Wilde pwilde@arcadiacustom.com 323-329-8974 https://www.arcadiainc.com/
  • Apr 08 MULTIPLE POSITIONS THE T-SHIRT COMPANY AT LAGUNA BEACH
    Fulltime, Parttime

    Laguna Beach, CA

    The -T-Shirt Company at Laguna Beach, located on beautiful Main Beach, has been outfitting visitors from all over the world since 1981! We are a family-owned business that values community and giving back. We proudly provide warm and memorable experience for our customers. We recently added a new division of the store, our “Custom Counter,” which offers businesses and residents a personalized local solution for their custom printing needs. We offer vinyl and heat transfers to walk-in customers, via online and over the phone. We also offer large screen printing jobs through a local off site partner. In addition, we design and produce original shirts and other products for our retail store.

    ASSISTANT MANAGER
    Responsibilities:
    − Provide top of the line customer service
    − Carry out procedures and standards set by owner and manager
    − Keep the store clean and stocked
    − Check in new merchandise
    − Track inventory
    − Take orders and print apparel for customers and retail store

    Qualifications:
    − Outgoing/friendly, positive attitude, good with people
    − Customer service experience
    − Punctual, hard worker, efficient
    − Team player
    − Ability to multitask
    − Comfortable with social media
    − Extra experience a bonus!
    − Email marketing
    − Working knowledge of computer design programs including Illustrator, Photoshop
    − T-shirt design, printing, production
    − Copy-writing

    Pay:
    − Base starting salary – $13.00 + % sales commission + bonuses, holiday bonus pay, sick days, vacation days

    CUSTOM DESIGN AND PRINTING
    Responsibilities:
    − Provide top of the line customer service
    − Carry out procedures and standards set by owner and manager
    − Keep the store clean and stocked
    − Check in new merchandise
    − Track inventory
    − Take orders and print apparel for customers and retail store

    Qualifications:
    − Outgoing/friendly, positive attitude, good with people
    − Customer service experience
    − Punctual, hard worker, efficient
    − Team player
    − Ability to multitask
    − Comfortable with social media
    − Extra experience a bonus!
    − Email marketing
    − Working knowledge of computer design programs including Illustrator, Photoshop
    − T-shirt design, printing, production
    − Copy-writing

    Pay:
    – Base starting salary $12.00 (DOE) + commissions on custom sales + possible additional income from creating original t-shirt designs

    For more information and to apply, contact Lauren at lauren@lagunabeachtshirtco.com.

    lauren@lagunabeachtshirtco.com 949-494-3217 http://www.lagunabeachtshirtco.com/
  • Apr 11 DELIVERY DRIVERS DOMINO’S
    Parttime

    Laguna Beach,CA

    PART-TIME

    Now hiring DELIVERY EXPERTS!
    –    Make cash daily
    –    Work just a few days a week
    –    Flexible work hours
    –    Pizza discounts
    –    Career advancement

    DELIVERY EXPERT JOB REQUIREMENTS AND DUTIES:
    You must be 18 years of age and have a valid driver’s license with a safe driving record meeting company standards as well as access to an insured vehicle which can be used for delivery. You should possess customer service skills, navigational skills to read a map, locate addresses within designated delivery area, and must be able to navigate adverse terrain including multi-story buildings.

    GENERAL JOB DUTIES FOR ALL TEAM MEMBERS:
    –    Operate all equipment.
    –    Stock ingredients from delivery area to storage, work area, and walk-in cooler. Prepare product.
    –    Receive and process telephone orders.
    –    Take inventory and complete associated paperwork.
    –    Clean equipment and facility daily

    For more information and to apply, visit https://jobs.dominos.com/.

    949-376-03333 https://jobs.dominos.com/
  • Apr 11 SUMMER 2019 CURATORIAL INTERNSHIP (PAID) CRAFT IN AMERICA CENTER
    internship

    Los Angeles, CA

    INTERNSHIP

    DEADLINE: APRIL 29, 2019

    The Craft in America curatorial intern will provide support and assist in various aspects of the planning, research and implementation of upcoming exhibitions over the course of the summer, in particular: Material Meaning: A Living Legacy of Anni Albers (7/13/19- 9/21/19) and Consume: Craft at the Modern Table (9/28/19-1/5/20). The intern will receive broad exposure to numerous aspects of the curatorial process during the course of the summer. The intern will be involved in the final stages of exhibition design, loan management, writing, graphic design, press and education outreach and take part in installation and programming for Material Meaning. In addition, the intern will contribute to loan management, and communications for the subsequent show, Consume. The intern will also help with planning Craft in America’s early 2020 exhibition at LAX including checklist preparation, loan logistics, and communicating with participating artists. Craft in America will be developing an engagement and cataloging plan for its library and small but growing permanent collection, and the intern will assist with this process. In addition, the intern will be involved in research, writing, designing, and editing web and social media content to support the organization’s programming, website, and PBS documentary series through work with Craft in America’s production team.

    ELIGIBILITY:
    Students must:
    –    Be of a group underrepresented in museums and visual arts organizations, including, but not limited to, individuals of African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, or Pacific Islander descent;
    –    Be currently enrolled undergraduates. Students must have complete at least one semester or two quarters of college by June 2019. Students graduating in May or June 2019 are also eligible. (Students who are enrolled in a second BA or BS program are not eligible.)
    –    Reside or attend college in Los Angeles County; and
    –    Be a United States citizen or permanent resident.

    For more information and to apply, visit http://www.craftinamerica.org/summer-2019-curatorial-paid-internship-at-craft-in-america-center

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THIS INTERNSHIP!

    info@craftinamerica.org 323-951-0610 http://www.craftinamerica.org/
  • Apr 11 MULTIMEDIA TEACHING ARTIST VENICE ARTS
    Parttime

    Los Angeles, CA

    PART-TIME
    Venice Arts is seeking a Multimedia Teaching Artist to lead a beginning multimedia class for 14-18 year-olds during the month of July. The multimedia artist will teach basic elements of photography, video and audio while facilitating a class with a documentary focus.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Must be a photography/filmmaker or multimedia artist with a background and/or experience in digital storytelling. Prior experience teaching young people photography, filmmaking and/or multimedia required, specifically ages 14-18. Must be proficient in video editing (Adobe Premiere preferred). Must be available to teach in our Summer program July 1-26 (no class on July 4), Monday through Friday from 1:30-5:30 (includes half-hour prep and post). The multimedia artist will be responsible for designing a four week syllabus.

    Total compensation will be $2,520.

    Please email your resume and a cover letter highlighting relevant experience (“Multimedia Teaching Artist” in the subject line) to issa@venice-arts.org.

    For more information, visit https://www.venicearts.org/.

    issa@venice-arts.org https://www.venicearts.org/
  • Apr 11 CALL FOR TEACHING ARTIST SAN PEDRO WATERFRONT ARTS DISTRICT
    other

    San Pedro, CA

    CALL FOR ARTISTS

    DEADLINE: MAY 1, 2019 at 5:00 PM

    The San Pedro Waterfront Arts District (Arts District) is seeking a qualified Teaching Artist to bring creative enthusiasm and design skills to help high school students paint an outdoor mural in San Pedro. The selected Teaching Artist will work with the Arts District’s Managing Director to create and finalize a working lesson plan for the student program. The delivered curriculum should cover fundamental lessons in mural history, design and professional practice to students aged 14-19. Led by the Managing Director, the Teaching Artist will successfully collaborate with the student group and the Property Owner to produce a design for a public mural to be executed between June 17th and July 30th and be completed in time for an unveiling ceremony during San Pedro’s First Thursday Art Walk on August 1st .

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    –    Come prepared to work collaboratively on a lesson plan with the Arts District’s Managing Director during of May 2019 and execute the plan when the program begins on June 17th. This part of the process can take place by email/phone.
    –    Produce and paint an approved design for a public mural, in collaboration with students/volunteers and that can be reliably completed by August 1st.
    –    Communicate regularly with Arts District’s Managing Director.
    –    Invest at least 75-100 hours into the program and mural completion.

    ELIGIBILITY:
    –    Applicant must be available during the last two weeks in May to help finalize and launch the curriculum of the Student Engagement Program
    –    Applicant must be available to teach in San Pedro between June 17th and August 1st
    –    Applicant must be able to direct a group of students and volunteers to execute the program’s final design. Final design must be approved by the Property Owner, the Managing Director and selected members of the Board.
    –    The design must be translated and painted onto a wall in San Pedro by August 1st, when it will be unveiled during San Pedro’s First Thursday Art Walk
    –    Applicant must be a practicing artist, dedicated to producing work on a regular basis
    –    Applicant must be 21 years or older

    ARTIST STIPEND: $7500 plus approved supplies and expenses. Consideration will be given to finding a volunteer assistant, if needed.

    TO APPLY: Please send the following in PDF format to: llgrimes@ix.netcom.com
    –    Cover letter describing your interest in this project
    –    Artist CV (include email and phone number)
    –    Link to your work/portfolio or pdf with images clearly labeled with title, medium, size and date
    –    Link to examples of students’ work or pdf with images clearly labeled with title, medium, size and date (optional)

    For more information, visit http://sanpedrowaterfrontartsdistrict.com/

    Linda L. Grimes llgrimes@ix.netcom.com http://sanpedrowaterfrontartsdistrict.com/
  • Apr 11 PAID! MULTIPLE ARTS SUMMER INTERNSHIPS SAN GABRIEL MISSION PLAYHOUSE/LOS ANGELES COUNTY ARTS COMMISSION
    internship

    Los Angeles County

    The Los Angeles County Arts Internship Program provides 10-week, full-time paid summer internships to eligible undergraduate college students.

    For more information and to apply, visit https://www.lacountyarts.org/opportunities/arts-internship-program-students/2019-internships

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THESE INTERNSHIPS!

    https://missionplayhouse.org/, https://www.lacountyarts.org/
  • Apr 11 TEACHING ARTIST BOWERS MUSEUM
    Fulltime, Parttime

    Santa Ana, CA

    PART-TIME, FULL-TIME

    The primary purpose of this position is to educate, empower, and guide students through a variety of subject matters; this includes integrating curriculum standards to the activities and programs offered by the Kidseum and in conjunction with themes of the Bowers Museum exhibits.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    –    Ability to lead a variety of cultural art projects to children participating in the Museum’s school field trip and after school learning programs
    –    Prepare lesson plans as needed
    –    Select instructive and operational supplies for courses
    –    Enjoy working with children, teenagers, and adults
    –    Facilitate with special programs, festivals, and other Kidseum and Bowers events
    –    Confer with students and parents regarding student progress and problem areas, when necessary
    –    Maintain a safe and clean working environment at all times
    –    Other duties as assigned
    –    Conduct all responsibilities in a safe manner according to regulations (OSHA, IIPP, etc.)

    EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
    B.A. degree in Art History, Education or related field and two years of teaching or working in museum education; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    OTHER SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND/OR TRAINING:
    –    Ability to prioritize multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
    –    Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
    –    Good interpersonal skills and desire to be a team player
    –    Excellent oral communication skills (i.e. ability to deal effectively with others, speak professionally on the phone, etc.)
    –    Creative problem-solving skills
    –    Sense of creativity

    For more information and to apply, visit https://www.bowers.org/index.php/information/opportunities

    HumanResources@Bowers.org 714-567-3600 www.bowers.org
  • Apr 11 OUTREACH RECRUITER GNOMON, SCHOOL OF ANIMATION, GAMES AND VISUAL EFFECTS
    Fulltime, Parttime

    Hollywood, CA.

    PART-TIME, FULL-TIME

    Gnomon is seeking candidates with a shared interest in animation/games/visual effects and education. We are currently looking for an Outreach Recruiter to help inspire and recruit quality prospective students.. Candidates should enjoy speaking with young artists, engaging public speakers, quick learners and highly motivated individuals.

    This position requires travel throughout the year as well as some evenings and weekends. The Outreach Recruiter is responsible for the general recruitment of qualified candidates for the school’s academic programs, which includes scheduling and conducting presentations of marketing material through speaking events, both on and offsite, and coordinating the school’s high school and community college outreach effort.

    RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
    –    Schedule, coordinate, and conduct school presentations and activities, including classroom visits, campus tours, career fairs, trade shows, portfolio reviews and monthly open houses.
    –    Communicate effectively and consistently with prospective students, parents, and educators, and keep a log of communications and recruitment activities within the CRM database.
    –    Develop and expand relationships with regional and national art teachers/ educators for ongoing recruitment, maintaining a database of relevant contacts
    –    Plan, organize and execute necessary and frequent travel needed to recruit local, non-local, and international students
    –    Enhance existing and build new strategic relationships with partners to benefit Gnomon, including; local and national art educators; high schools and colleges; international contacts; and relevant industry partners
    –    Provide clear details to potential applicants, parents and educators about Gnomon’s admission procedures and policies; review portfolios of prospects to provide guidance and direction

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
    –    Background or knowledge of visual arts, preferably visual effects, games and animation
    –    Excellent presentation, interpersonal and collaborative skill set necessary
    –    Bachelor’s degree required
    –    Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Salesforce or related CRM
    –    Willingness to travel and work non-traditional hours as needed

    Please send resume and cover letter to Lissa.Sherman@gnomon.edu

    Lisa Sherman Lissa.Sherman@gnomon.edu 323-466-6663 https://www.gnomon.edu/
  • Apr 11 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS MANAGER INVERTIGO DANCE THEATRE
    Parttime

    Culver City, CA

    PART-TIME

    The Community Programs Manager should have solid program management experience. Experience as a dance teaching artist is welcome, but not required. There may be opportunities for trained and qualified teaching artists to teach classes, but the primary focus of this position is program management.

    We are looking for someone who thrives in a collaborative environment and is also self-motivated and able to work independently. Personal time management, attention to detail, and being able to handle multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize tasks will contribute to success in this role. Excellent communication skills will be essential.

    ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    –    Taking a leadership role in the Dancing Through Parkinson’s (DTP) and Invert/ED youth education programs, including acting as a representative of the programs, and actively seeking and pursuing growth opportunities.
    –    Acting as the point person for DTP and Invert/ED teaching artists, coordinators at partner organizations, school administrators, classroom teachers, and other program partners.
    –    Ensuring that all paperwork for community engagements is completed before activities begin.
    –    Maintaining regular and clear communication with the Artistic and Executive Directors to ensure that program activities align with Invertigo’s mission and strategic plan, as well as artistic and budgetary goals.
    –    Maintaining the participant roster and attendance tracking system, and ensuring that contact information and demographics for participants is up to date.
    –    Conducting program evaluation activities to improve services to the community.
    –    Attending classes, workshops and community program activities as necessary to ensure the continued success of the programs.
    –    Assisting fundraising efforts related to community programs, which may include grant writing, reporting, and attending special events or meetings.
    –    Working with the Development & Marketing Manager to promote the programs through email, social media, printed materials, and word of mouth.
    –    Checking and responding to email at least once every three days, and collaborating with co-workers on shared Google docs and calendars.
    –    Commitment to ongoing learning about best practices and current research that pertains to Invertigo’s programs and sharing this knowledge with teaching artists and other team members.

    This person will work with a wide range of people, which will include teaching artists, administrative staff, interns, volunteers, and board members. As a member of a highly-collaborative, small, and ambitious organization, other duties and responsibilities will arise as necessary. Everyone on our staff has changed the ink in the printer or taken out the recycling from time to time.

    Compensation: Negotiable (hourly pay range is $18-$22/hr)

    For more information and to apply, visit https://www.invertigodance.org/work-with-us.

    jobs@invertigodance.org jobs@invertigodance.org 424-229-2141 https://www.invertigodance.org/
  • Apr 11 JUNIOR DESIGNER PAYSAFE
    Fulltime

    FULL-TIME

    Job ID: 36826

    We are currently seeking an ambitious junior designer with a diverse portfolio, keen to join a global design team and produce highly creative designs.

    YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:
    –    Support production of graphical designs (on and offline) with high visual impact
    –    Collaborate with other designers and global stakeholders to support global brand marketing
    –    Creation and enhancement of marketing materials and product related designs
    –    Ability to present your work, your creative ideas and storyboards
    –    Creation of marketing designs from concept to production as well as adapt design concepts to business and customer needs
    –    Effectively manage workloads within agreed timescales
    –    The ability to work independently or collaboratively
    –    An understanding of the end-to-end digital and print delivery process
    –    Creation of illustrations
    –    Retouching imagery and photographs
    –    Preparation and quality control of print and digital assets
    –    Development and delivery of graphical assets for a variety of brands and channels such as websites, mobile apps as well as online marketing materials and print
    –    Support the production of motion graphics and video content
    –    Support product design and user experience
    –    Close cooperation on projects with other teams, such as product management, marketing and sales.

    YOUR PROFILE:
    –    University or college degree (preferably in a media and design related subject) an advantage
    –    2 – 3 years professional experience across marketing design
    –    Solid Adobe CC Master Suite skills; Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
    –    Experienced using Sketch and delivering digital assets
    –    Knowledge of After Effects / Premiere is an advantage.
    –    Ability to deliver quality design and meet deadlines is a must.
    –    Knowledge to design user and customer journeys an advantage
    –    Familiar with agile scrum working as well as kanban
    –    Excellent typographic skills and attention to detail.
    –    Good knowledge of MS-Office
    –    Very good English skills, German is an advantage
    –    Excellent graphic design and visual skills and ability to create original and innovative designs
    –    Hands-on mentality and personable team player
    –    A hunger to want to learn new skill and develop as a creative designer
    –    Attention to detail, pixel perfect, creative ‘think outside the box’ mindset
    –    Curious and up for a challenge!

    Compensation: $50K/year with opportunity to earn 10% bonus annually

    For more information and to apply, visit https://career5.successfactors.eu/career?career_ns=job_listing&company=26684T1&navBarLevel=JOB_SEARCH&rcm_site_locale=en_GB&career_job_req_id=36826&selected_lang=en_GB&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=6TGyhP76IZmhcPti2XPRYhkyPCY%3d.

    Steven Ly steven.ly@paysafe.com https://www.paysafe.com/
  • Apr 19 CREATIVE SERVICES SUMMER INTERNSHIP DISCOVERY CUBE ORANGE COUNTY
    internship

    Discovery Cube Orange County is seeking an enthusiastic onsite intern to join our Creative Services Team this summer. You will work side-by-side with our design team and project coordinators to create high quality creative for Discovery Cube Orange County, Los Angeles and Ocean Quest. You will have the opportunity to work on digital and print projects and receive real-life experience working in a creative department.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    – Assist Designers with large-scale projects by creating and executing minor edits
    – Develop materials for presentations, forms, and reports
    – Research creative trends in design, photography, and emerging media
    – Participate in creative strategy meetings
    – Create brand guidelines and style guides for in-house programs/events

    ABILITY TO:
    – Perform entry-level professional work
    – Assume progressively responsible duties
    – Communicate effectively and with a professional attitude
    – Manage projects in a fast-paced, high-volume, collaborative environment

    REQUIREMENTS:
    – Junior or senior, working towards a degree in graphic design from an accredited college/university
    – Proficient knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator
    – College students pursuing a course of study leading to an undergraduate degree maintaining a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or better
    – Must have reliable transportation to and from Discovery Cube Orange County
    – Portfolio and Resume demonstrating competencies and capabilities

    For over 35 years, the Discovery Science Foundation has been a nonprofit organization impacting the lives of children through hands-on science education. At our foundation lies our four core initiatives used to prepare the next generation of teachers, students and life-long learners. From early childhood education to STEM proficiency, healthy living to environmental stewardship, these initiatives go to the heart of the Foundation’s mission as an entity of inspiration, education, and transformation. Even with the new addition of our Los Angeles facility and the expansion of our Orange County location, we are much more than experience within our walls. From our educational outreach programs to our empowering real world application, we are an agent of change in this ever-evolving world, a Foundation on a mission of good through the wonders of science.

    For more information and to apply, contact Tai Schroeder at tschroeder@discoverycube.org.

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THIS INTERNSHIP!

    tschroeder@discoverycube.org https://oc.discoverycube.org/
  • Apr 19 WOMEN AND MEN’S DESIGN SUMMER INTERNSHIP PACSUN
    other

    Anaheim, CA

    Women’s Design Internship – Job ID: 2019-8595
    Men’s Design Internship – Job ID: 2019-8596

    4 openings
    40 hrs/wk
    6/3/19-9/9/19
    Compensation: $12.00 per hour

    Pacsun is dedicated to delivering an exclusive collection of the most relevant brands and styles to a community of inspired youth. Curated in Los Angeles.

    PacSun is looking for multiple forward thinking, retail minded, creators of culture who have an
    appreciation for fashion and learning. The 2019 Summer Internship Program is a 10 week
    opportunity beginning June 3rd and ending August 9th.

    WOMEN’S/MEN’S DESIGN:
    – Updating and creating line sheets
    – Updating sketches in Illustrator
    – Pulling color chips
    – BOM updates
    – Filling CADS with print and color
    – The design process
    – Web PDM

    REQUIREMENTS:
    – Currently enrolled college students and/or recent graduates
    – Must be available to work full time schedule
    – Passion for fashion, retail, and process improvement
    – Engaging personality with exceptional communication and presentation skills
    – Strong organization skills
    – Creative writing skills
    – Ability to work as a team member
    – Retail experience preferred
    – Ability to think outside the box
    – Basic skills in Microsoft office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook),
    – InDesign, and Photoshop
    – Intermediate experience in Illustrator

    This program will challenge your ability to not only think critically and creatively, but also work as a team to strategize and implement solutions. Over the course of this internship, you will be presented with insight into your career path with exposure to the long term strategies and day-to-day tasks required in your selected department.

    For more information and to apply, visit https://careers-pacsun.icims.com/jobs/intro?hashed=-435623482 and search with one of the following Job IDs: 2019-8595 (Women’s) or 2019-8596 (Men’s).

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THESE INTERNSHIPS!

    Kim Betlinski recruiting@pacificsunwear.com 714-414-4000 https://www.pacsun.com/
  • Apr 19 GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERNSHIP BAY CITIES CORPORATION
    internship

    Pico Rivera, CA

    We encourage students who possess fundamental skills, not only in their area of study, but also desire to establish a launching pad for future career opportunities. At Bay Cities, you’ll get “hands-on” experience, gain knowledge of the industry and develop a network for your professional career. We will work with your schedule to make this a win-win! We offer a variety of paid internship opportunities and we look for students who are:

    – Passionate & Creative Problem-Solvers
    – Self-driven, willing to meet & exceed expectations
    – Dedicated with a strong work ethic
    – Energetic with a high sense of urgency

    INTERNSHIP QUALIFICATIONS:
    – Must be a junior, senior, or graduate student at an accredited college or university
    – Appropriate major in related field to desired position
    – Previous work experience
    – Works well in a team environment
    – Commitment to 16-20 hours per week during semester
    – Provide proof of eligibility to work in the U.S
    – Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    – Computer literacy in MSOffice (or other programs if the position demands it, Adobe Creative Suite, etc.)
    – Can provide own transportation to and from Bay Cities

    We employ all persons who are legally authorized to work in the U.S. (US Citizens, lawful permanent residents, refugee or asylee-all require proper identification and documentation).

    REQUIREMENTS
    – Prepare detailed sketches and samples for packaging products
    – 3-D renderings
    – Make different styles of packages utilizing Cad/Cam table and Cut out multiple runs of D/C’s
    – Perform ISTA transit testing and participate in product testing
    – Perform basic math and geometric computations in determining the size and scaling of models and products
    – Programs: Artios Cad, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Strata

    For more information and to apply, contact Elisa Cardenas at ElisaC@bay-cities.com.

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THIS INTERNSHIP!

    Elisa Cardenas ElisaC@bay-cities.com 562-948-3751 https://www.bay-cities.com/
  • Apr 19 CREATIVE CONTENT LEAD MATEO LIN JAMES (MLJ)
    Fulltime, Parttime

    Maricopa, AZ

    Experience: 1 – 3 Years of Digital Graphic Design Experience
    Medium: Graphic Design, Videography, Photography, Digital
    Media of usage: Google Advertisements, Facebook Advertisements, Instagram
    Advertisements, YouTube Advertisements, Small Commercials, Creative Insight for
    Storyboards, LinkedIn Advertisements
    Timeline for completion: Varies per client

    Chief role in all things revolved around creative content; Including but not limited to …
    Ad form Creatives across all social media platforms & channels (Video and Photo)

    Communication with Chief of Marketing – Lead Storyboard Director

    All Creative Content required for Mateo Lin James revolves around 8 Specific High
    Domain Niches including but not limited to: Restaurant / Food, Legal, Healthcare & Beauty, Real Estate, Mid Size – Large Size Retail, Consulting Services, Financial, Education

    For more information and to apply, contact Colton Crain at mateolinjames@gmail.com.

    Colton Crain mateolinjames@gmail.com 346-818-4329
  • Apr 19 2019 GETTY MARROW UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER JAPANESE AMERICAN NATIONAL MUSEUM
    internship

    Los Angeles, CA

    INTERNSHIP

    DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR INTERNSHIPS: 5:00pm, Friday, May 3, 2019.

    TWO INTERNSHIP POSITIONS:
    – Collections Intern
    – Curatorial Intern

    The internship opportunities are intended for members of groups underrepresented in professions related to museums and the visual arts, including but not limited to individuals of African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, and Pacific Islander descent. Intern candidates can be sought from all areas of undergraduate study and are not required to have demonstrated a previous commitment to the visual arts.

    Intern Stipend: $5700 gross for Full-Time (40 hours/week), consecutive 10-week internship.

    Dates of Internship: June 11 – August 17, 2019. Will require some evening & weekend hours.

    Regular workweek is Tuesday – Saturday; occasional Mondays at the Getty or Learning Hubs will be required.

    For more information and to apply, visit http://www.janm.org/jobs/

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THIS INTERNSHIP!

    hr@janm.org http://www.janm.org/
  • Apr 19 CALL FOR ARTISTS MACARTHUR PARK PLANTERS STENCIL ARTS PROJECT
    other

    Los Angeles, CA

    CALL FOR ARTISTS

    DEADLINE: APRIL 25, 2019

    CALL FOR LEAD ARTIST STENCIL ARTS:
    LA Commons is organizing a project to engage a local stencil/visual artist to work with a small team of youth artists age 15-25 to collect stories from community members and design and create giant stencils that will be used to paint images on the park bench planters that surround MacArthur Park Lake. The youth arts team will meet weekly for 2 hours a week in May and June. Youth Arts team members will also be paid a stipend for their work. One lead artist will be hired to work with the team.

    Project Partners: MacArthur Park Recreation Center, CARECEN, and Youth Policy Institute

    The Role the Lead Artist/Designer in this project will be:
    1. To participate in story/image gathering process and events with the group to inform the designs for the prints
    2. To mentor the Core Youth Arts team to foster youth in the development of skills in image making and designs to share visions of MacArthur Park
    3. To create the overall visual container for the project and successfully support the approval and installation process.

    Timeline
    May – Story gathering and Design
    June – Finalize designs and complete artwork

    Artist Qualifications
    1. Experience in visual arts and public art
    2. Experience teaching youth
    3. Connection to MacArthur Park Community

    Compensation: $2000 stipend for lead artist

    To Apply
    Please submit these materials via email to Beth Peterson at beth@lacommons.org by Wednesday April 25, 2019:
    1. Current resume and contact information
    2. 5-7 Work Samples via email attachments, links or Jpegs
    3. Artist statement of why you are interested in this project

    Beth Peterson, Community Arts Program Director, LA Commons beth@lacommons.org 323-620-6822
  • Apr 19 MARKETING COORDINATOR THE MUSIC CENTER, GRAND PARK
    Fulltime

    Los Angeles, CA

    The Music Center is seeking a creative, energetic and highly-motivated marketing coordinator for Grand Park to help share all things Grand Park across the digital landscape. In this role, the Marketing Coordinator will support The Music Center’s work to deepen the cultural life of every Angeleno and further Grand Park’s vital role as L.A.’s Park For Everyone.

    OUR IDEAL MARKETING COORDINATOR:
    – Is fluent in the language and rhythms of digital platforms, including, but not limited to, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube, etc.
    – Has exemplary organization, administrative, writing and communications skills
    – Thrives in a highly collaborative, creative event-based team and culture
    – Demonstrates poise and maturity in communications, flexibility and the ability to multi-task and problem solve in a fast-moving environment
    – Is highly resourceful and able to set priorities and partner with a dynamic, highly energetic, small but mighty team
    – Has a basic understanding of social analytics, including Facebook+Instagram insights and Google Analytics
    – Has at least 1-2 years relevant experience in creating/developing/writing social media content
    – Has working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
    – Works from an inclusive mindset and possesses the ability to work cogently in collaboration with diverse groups of people
    – Has a flexible schedule – open to working occasional non-traditional business hours
    – Must be able to lift 40 lbs. and stand for extended periods of time

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
    – Social media management (50%)
    – Website and e-newsletter management (20%)
    – Creative services administrative support (20%)
    – Event/marketing duties as necessary (10%)
    – Works closely with the marketing manager as well as larger Grand Park team to support all park endeavors
    – Maintains positive relationships with all levels of Music Center and Grand Park staff, as well as key external stakeholders and partners
    – Keeps the marketing manager informed of work progress and potential problems and provides innovative solutions to address problems
    – Is competent in Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite and social media analytics
    – Performs other duties as assigned

    REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
    – Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required
    – Can operate with a flexible schedule, must be able to work events on weeknights and weekends as well as holidays
    – Must be able to lift 40 lbs. and stand for extended periods of time

    How to Apply: To be fully considered please submit a cover letter, resume to jobs@musiccenter.org or fax to: 213-972-8029.

    jobs@musiccenter.org https://www.musiccenter.org/
  • Apr 19 3D CHARACTER MODELER FANTASY MINIATURES
    Parttime, freelance

    Aliso Viejo, CA

    Skills Required including Computer Programs: blender, zbrush, marvelous designer, topogun

    Looking for a talented character modeler to help in creating 3d printable tabletop miniatures. In this role you will use your 3d modeling skills to bring new Dungeons & Dragons tabletop role-playing game characters and creatures to life. Future 3d model revisions will include character animation and model painting for augmented reality ecosystems like the upcoming valve index and tilt five headsets.

    Timeline for completion: Month

    For more information and to apply, contact Greg Fiske at info@fiskefilm.com.

    Greg Fiske info@fiskefilm.com 949-326-0111
  • Apr 19 ANIMATION, ILLUSTRATION, GRAPHIC DESIGN, PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION APPLIED ARTS AWARDS
    competition

    EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: JUNE 7, 2019
    FINAL DEADLINE: JUNE 14, 2019

    Launched in 1992, the Applied Arts Awards have become an international recognition of creative excellence, and we are Canada’s only competition that recognizes the work of both professionals and students across the visual communications spectrum, from image-makers to advertising, marketing and graphic designers.

    Each competition is judged by a different and independent jury of award-winning creative professionals. Winning entries are not ranked and there is no pre-determined quota of winners. So if the jury votes you in, it means your work will be published in one of the Awards Annuals.

    The Student competition is international, open to post-secondary and high-school students. Only Digital entries are accepted for this competition.

    You may submit any work completed either as a school requirement or independently (personal work) during the course of your studies, during any year of your schooling, as long as you have not submitted the work to the Student Awards before.

    If you graduated post-secondary school within the last year, you may submit work completed during your studies to the 2019 Student Awards, as long as it wasn’t entered previously.

    WINNERS RECEIVE:
    – Their work published in one the corresponding Awards Annuals
    – A complimentary copy of the Award Annual their work appears in
    – Their work published online in our Online Winner’s Gallery and Awards Archive
    – A personalized, Awards certificate for every winning entry signed by noted designer, Georges Haroutiun, the Founder of Applied Arts
    – Their work displayed at related Applied Arts events attended by our network of creative professionals
    – Entering work to the Applied Awards has never been simpler:

    PHOTOGRAPHY Publishes: Spring 2019
    Traditional and digital images from established and emerging photographers in categories such as advertising, editorial, photojournalism, lifestyle, motion and more. Open to international entrants.

    ILLUSTRATION, ANIMATION Publishes: Spring 2019
    Established and emerging illustrators and animators enter categories ranging across advertising, editorial, unpublished and packaging. Open to international entrants.

    GRAPHIC AND DIGITAL DESIGN Publishes: Summer 2019
    Design across disciplines, from typography and packaging to web and app development to print and environmental applications. Open to international entrants.

    For more information and to apply, visit https://appliedarts.ca/awards/student-awards/.

    awards@appliedartsmag.com https://appliedarts.ca/awards/student-awards/
  • Apr 19 LEVEL DESIGNER PLAYQ
    other

    Santa Monica, CA

    CONTRACT

    PlayQ is a rapidly growing mobile gaming studio based in the heart of sunny Santa Monica. Our titles have been downloaded over 60 million times worldwide, with millions of users playing our games every day! We’re looking for people who have a genuine love for their craft and we invite you to join us in this exciting endeavor.

    PlayQ is looking for an outstanding Level Designer to create compelling match-3 puzzle content for our world-class hit mobile game “Charm King”. This position will work remotely, using a proprietary suite of tools to craft and test game levels that are fun, challenging, and appealing to a broad range of players.

    The ideal candidate is creative, organized, diligent, and eager to make their mark in the popular and competitive casual puzzle game space. Success in this role requires a team player with a love of puzzle games who enjoys the creative challenge of exploring the limits of existing game mechanics and features to their fullest, both individually and in combination.
    Samples of designed levels in previously shipped games is requested.

    This is an off-site, contract position with competitive hourly pay, based on experience. The position requires 40 hours per week, which includes drafting, editing, playtesting, and revising match-3 levels.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    – Use tools to create, test, tune, and implement compelling puzzle levels by fixed deadlines and according to specified requirements regarding difficulty and feature usage
    – Perform additional playtests and prepare data and feedback for puzzle levels created by other level designers
    – Organize levels according to defined difficulty curves
    – Ensure level content is displayed and behaves properly on mobile devices
    – Remain ‘up-to-the-minute’ current on casual puzzle game genres and competitive titles

    REQUIREMENTS:
    – 1+ years of professional game design experience
    – Bachelor’s degree
    – Understanding of core mechanics, game loops, and meta-game systems gained by being an avid player of puzzle games
    – Game balancing experience through previous development
    – Proficiency with Google Apps for Business (Mail, Docs, Sheets), and other software (Slack, Dropbox, Trello, etc.)

    For more information and to apply, visit https://boards.greenhouse.io/playq/jobs/1286855.

    https://www.playq.com/
  • Apr 19 CALL FOR ARTISTS HUNTINGTON BEACH ART CENTER: PLEIN AIR PAINT OUT: PAINTING AT 5TH AND PCH
    other

    Huntington Beach, CA

    CALL FOR ARTISTS

    Plein Air Paint Out is a juried event in which 30 selected plein air artists spend a day in a friendly outdoor painting competition in beautiful Huntington Beach. Get inspired as the sun, pier, beach, local businesses, and passersby frame your landscape/seascape.

    The event is graciously sponsored by Ms. June Dugmore. The judges include Lyn Semeta, HB Councilwoman; Pam Free, producer of Art Affair; and Dawn McCormick of Timeless Treasures Boutique.

    Artist Selection Process: This call is open to all Southern California artists, ages 18 and above, working en plein air in watercolor, acrylic, or oil paint on board, canvas, or paper. Artists may submit one (1) original artwork completed within the past two (2) years (executed no earlier than 2017). The jurying fee is $20. The artwork is used to help the jurors determine eligibility to the Plein Air Paint Out event scheduled to be held on June 1st from 8am-4pm. Artists must be able to drop off/pick up their artwork at the Huntington Beach Art Center. Artwork may not be a copy or likeness of another’s work.

    All painting submissions must be framed and ready for presentation.

    Jurors (for Artist Selection): Jurors: Jim Ellsberry, Jesse Fortune, and Gia Moody, highly experienced plein air painters and teachers.
    PRIZES:
    – First Place: $500
    – Second Place: $300
    – Honorable Mention: $200

    For more information and to apply, visit https://www.huntingtonbeachartcenter.org/call-for-artists.html.

    Sabrina Pettrow Sabrina.Pettrow@surfcity-hb.org 714-374-1663 https://www.huntingtonbeachartcenter.org/
  • Apr 19 PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MARKETING INTERNSHIP (PAID) AMUSEMENT PARK
    internship

    Santa Ana, CA

    SUMMER APPLICATION DEADLINE: MAY 15, 2019

    Amusement Park (AP) seeks out naturally curious, interesting, creative and committed people who share our dream of doing amazing work for our clients and leaving this world better than we found it. We tell clients that they must live out their brand values, and we expect the same of everyone who works at AP.

    Our Values: Imagination, Belief, Diversity, Joy, Fearlessness, Character

    We have created a work environment that is family-friendly, with a focus on each person living their healthiest, happiest life.

    Internship Program
    3-month paid internships available for college students.

    Here is a general schedule of when we do our hiring.
    Winter- Application Deadline: November 15th
    Spring- Application Deadline: February 15th
    Summer- Application Deadline: May 15th

    For more information and to apply, visit https://www.amusementparkinc.com/careers.

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THIS INTERNSHIP!

    Cindy Melton hr@amusementparkinc.com https://www.amusementparkinc.com/
  • Apr 19 CALL TO ARTISTS: OPPORTUNITY FOR EXHIBITION AND SALE AT LOCAL CONCERT SERIES SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PHILHARMONIC
    other

    Corona del Mar, CA

    CALL FOR ARTISTS

    We have 2 opportunities for artists to display their work for show and sale at music concerts to a demographic that support fine art and music.

    In the lobby of the concert hall in CDM for guests to view while they are waiting for the doors to open, and during intermission. Please visit the orchestra’s website https://socalphil.org to learn more.

    Typically, around 300 people attend these concerts. The conductor would acknowledge them during the concert. The lobby is a beautiful setting, well lit, with a soaring glass wall through which the art can be seen by passers-by.

    The next event will be on June 1 and will feature a well known Spanish guitarist. Here is a link: https://www.meetup.com/Lake-Forest-Classical-Music-Meetup/events/260168142/

    Private musical events in Laguna Beach homes. Please visit www.sonatasia.com to learn more.
    Sonatasia is more than a performance, it is an experience of music and dance which unfolds all around you. There is no stage. The stage is everywhere. The next performance is a candlelight Concert with pianist Wan-Chin Chang at a Spectacular Home in Laguna Beach at 697 Nyes Place on Saturday, May 4, 7:00 – 9:00 pm. There will be other such performances later in the year.

    DETAILS:
    – Artists would need to provide an easel to display their work.
    – Artists can bring promotional materials such as business cards, brochures, sign-up sheet, etc.
    – Artwork can be for sale. Artist would donate 10% of sale to the orchestra (non-profit). There would be no such obligation after the event.
    – Artist may attend the concert for free. We do encourage the artists to invite friends and family to attend the event. Tickets are only $15 per person.
    – Artist needs to set up the easels at least 30 min before the concert begins, and then remove them after it is over. We won’t be able to mount anything on the walls.
    – 1- 5 may be exhibited for each concert.
    – Artwork must be framed and professionally presentable.
    – Artist is liable and responsible for the artwork.
    – Artwork needs to be ‘family friendly’.

    Please email your resume and images to display to David M. Parker, Director or Sonatasia and Board of Director for the Southern California Philharmonic at dmparchitect88@gmail.com for consideration. We have years of concerts ahead!

    David Parker dmparchitect88@gmail.com https://socalphil.org
  • Apr 19 GRAPHIC DESIGNER (FREELANCE) GOOGL HOMES INC.
    freelance

    Irvine, CA

    Skills Required: Photoshop, Post, GIMP, illustrator, inscape, adobe in design, word (preferred) or Equivalent
    Experience: Entry Level with some experience
    Timeline for completion: 2–4 Weeks

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    – Prepares work to be accomplished by gathering information and materials.
    – Plans concept by studying information and materials.
    – Obtains approval of concept by submitting rough layout for approval.
    – Prepares final layout by marking and pasting up finished copy and art.
    – Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

    For more information and to apply, contact Paige Want at info@homzteam.com.

    Paige Wang, Marketing Coordinator info@homzteam.com 949-371-8889 https://homzteam.com/
  • Apr 19 PHOTOGRAPHY TEACHING ASSISTANT VENICE ARTS
    Parttime, other

    Venice, CA

    PART-TIME, TEMPORARY

    Venice Arts is seeking a Photographer/ Teaching Artist to lead an Intermediate/advanced photography class for 14-18 year–olds during the month of July.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Must be a photographer with a background and/or experience in digital storytelling. Must have prior experience teaching young people photography, specifically ages 14-18. Must be able to teach Lightroom, Photoshop and basic inkjet printing. Experience with multimedia and or book design a plus. Must be available to teach in our summer program July 1st – 26th (no class on July 4th) Monday through Friday from 1:30- 5:30 (includes 1/2 hour ­­­prep and post). The teaching artist will be responsible for designing a 4 week syllabus.

    Total compensation will be $2,520.

    To apply: please email your resume, along with a cover letter highlighting relevant experience (“Photography Teaching Artist” in the subject line), to issa@venice-arts.org.

    issa@venice-arts.org https://www.venicearts.org/
  • Apr 19 ARCHIVAL ASSISTANT FOR LGBTQ ARCHIVE OUTWORDS
    Parttime

    Los Angeles, CA

    OUTWORDS is the first effort to create an oral and visual history of the LGBTQ community through professionally produced, on-camera interviews with queer pioneers and elders in homes all over America. The digital platform with full interviews, transcripts, biographies, and photos will launch in May 2019 and simultaneously the coffee table book of our archival efforts, “The Book of Pride,” will be published by Harper Collins that same month to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Stonewall this June 2019. Inspired by the Shoah Foundation’s Visual History Archive, our mission is to celebrate the diverse stories and perspectives that created the LGBTQ community; to guard against the erasure of our history; and to share our inspiring, compelling story with the world. We are seeking a qualified Archival Assistant responsible for the processing and maintaining of archival items and collections. We need a self-motivated, independent worker with outstanding organizational, communication, writing, and photo editing skills. The Archival Assistant works directly with the Executive Director and Operations Director to prepare historic materials.

    DUTIES INCLUDE:
    – Inputting information into databases
    – Communicating with interview subjects to collect archival materials
    – Assisting elderly interview subjects with technical issues (photo scanning, etc)
    – Creating release forms with photo thumbnails
    – Procuring signatures following a systematic methodology
    – Formatting and batch formatting file names for photos, release forms, and transcriptions, then filing in an online system
    – Evaluating photos for publication
    – Proofreading interview transcriptions
    – Researching potential interview subjects
    – Performing other clerical or administrative work needed to run the archive

    Work may be completed remotely, with weekly phone check-ins with the Operations Director and occasional meetings at OUTWORDS’ offices in Los Angeles.

    MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
    – Outstanding organizational skills
    – Ability to process and categorize archival materials
    – Significant experience in Microsoft Word, Excel, and GSuite (GoogleDrive and YouTube), and ability to learn all required business systems
    – Ability to carefully follow written and oral instructions and to communicate clearly and concisely in person and in writing
    – Exceptional customer service, oral and written communication, and interpersonal skills
    – Attention to detail, and the ability to troubleshoot and make effective decisions
    – Meaningful connection to the LGBTQ community and its unique history

    ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
    – Experience and knowledge of the principles and practices of collection, compilation, and analysis of archival materials
    – Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat
    – Social media savvy (Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, SoundCloud, and more)

    OUTWORDS actively seeks candidates from diverse backgrounds and traditions, who vary by their race and ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, nationality, culture, religion, and physical and mental abilities. We seek to foster an environment where new, unpopular and/or controversial ideas are safely expressed, and encourage the exchange of such views in an environment of mutual respect.

    Time commitment: 10 hours/week. (Strong likelihood of additional hours and responsibilities as the project grows and expands.)

    Compensation: $12-15/hour depending on relevant experience.

    To apply: Send cover letter and resume to tbliss@theoutwordsarchive.org

    Tom Bliss tbliss@theoutwordsarchive.org https://www.theoutwordsarchive.org/
  • Apr 26 ASSOCIATE LICENSING COORDINATOR HYBRID APPAREL
    Fulltime

    Cypress, CA

    FULL-TIME

    Manages the licensor approval process for assigned Licenses via the Unity Approval System inclusive of concept, pre-production and final production submissions.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    – Follows required steps of the Licensing Coordinator SOP on a daily basis.
    – Maintain constant communication with Licensor partners to obtain speedy approvals and gain status updates in a timely fashion.
    – Gain expertise in their brands to ensure that any issues or blatant brand violation are addressed and corrected immediately.
    – Review all Production Boards/Hot Lists to ensure all items being submitted for approval follow correct branding, coding, and creative guidelines.
    – Keep and maintain an open line of communication between production managers and account managers to ensure all partners have a clear understanding of the status of pending approvals.
    – Ensures all artwork, legal line, pad print, and hangtag information is correct and up-to-date, and ensures that the creative, production and trim departments are updated on the most current branding elements.
    – Ensure that all PP and TOP samples are received within the contractually mandated deadline.
    – Archive any and all submission stages and steps inclusive of concept and pre-production after 30 days of non-activity.
    – Organize and maintain all submission, pre-production and TOP records and samples.
    – Other duties may be assigned in accordance with company needs.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    – Experience with apparel licensing preferred
    – Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel)
    – Customer service experience helpful

    For more information and to apply, contact Lianah Johnson at LJohnson@hybridapparel.com.

    Lianah Johnson LJohnson@hybridapparel.com 714-243-2581 hybridapparel.com
  • Apr 26 ARCHITECTURAL/INTERIOR/INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER HEATHER COX
    freelance, other

    Laguna Beach, CA

    PROJECT

    Looking for someone to help with redesign floor plan layout for entire first floor master bedroom, bathroom, & walk-in closet. Possible CAD or whatever system you would typically use when redesigning a home interior. Includes removing current walls & reconfiguring area to get best use of bedroom, bathroom, & walk-in closet

    COMPENSATION: Negotiable, but probably hourly.

    Timeline for completion: Month

    For more information, contact Heather Cox at heather1cox@cox.net.

    HEATHER COX heather1cox@cox.net
  • Apr 26 ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER PACIFIC RESIDENT THEATRE

    Venice, CA

    FULL-TIME

    The Administrative Manager works in tandem with the Artistic Director to oversee daily operations for a multi-venue theatre and youth conservatory. This is a full time position, specific scheduling to be determined.
    The ideal candidate will ensure the smooth operation of the organization as a whole, and provide ongoing support to the artistic department, while leading and overseeing all other departments, including box office, marketing, development, facilities, and production.
    Compensation is commensurate with experience.

    EXPERIENCE:
    – Strong passion for theatre
    – 3-5 overall management experience; non-profit arts preferred
    – Attention to detail and accuracy
    – Skilled in recording QuickBooks income and expense
    – Familiarity with national ArtsData tracking system
    – Fluent with PC operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, etc.), and email communications
    – Familiarity with social media, a plus.

    QUALITIES:
    – Ability to prioritize daily needs while maintaining the health and longevity of the theatre.
    – Hands-on, team leader willing to pitch in and solve problems.
    – Personable, patient communicator who can engage with company members, staff, board vendors, donors, subscribers, and audiences.

    DIRECT RESPONSIBILITIES:
    – Oversee marketing, social media, and web manager
    – Record QuickBook income and expense entries
    – Stay up-to-date on city, county, state licenses and fed employee/employer regulations
    – Collaborate on, order and & organize materials for subscriber and donor drives
    – Provide budgets and financials for grants/development, board of director meetings, and ArtsData tracking.
    – Provide content and materials to marketing, social media, and development staff, as needed
    – Order supplies, track keys, and related duties
    – Order regular maintenance, repairs; plumbing, light bulbs; order maintenance for fire extinguishers, exit signs, fire permits, etc.

    To apply: Send a compelling cover letter and resume to Jen Lonsway at prtjennifer@earthlink.net. with Subject Line: Business Manager Applicant

    Jen Lonsway prtjennifer@earthlink.net https://pacificresidenttheatre.com
  • Apr 26 BOX OFFICE MANAGER PACIFIC RESIDENT THEATRE
    Parttime

    Venice, CA

    PART-TIME

    Pacific Resident Theatre (PRT) seeks an energetic team player who shares passion for our mission and is interested in growing with the company. The ideal candidate is an energetic, service oriented team player with at least 3 – 5 years experience in a customer service position and/or degree in theater management.

    HOURS: 27 hrs./week
    COMPENSATION: $15.00/hr. Training provided.

    The Box Office Manager will head a busy ticketing office for four performance spaces housed in an historic building. This key position is often the first or main point of contact with our audiences through phones, email, online ticketing, and in person. The Manager sets the tone of patient, high quality customer service and communicates this to patrons, audiences, and staff. The box office operates at varying degrees of intensity throughout the year, depending on the season schedule.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    – 3 – 5 years experience in a customer service position and/or degree in theater management
    – Love of the performing arts
    – Natural multi-tasker, who maintains high level of detail
    – Fluent with PC operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite, and Outlook or related email platform
    – Familiarity with iContact or similar email communications platform
    – Team player willing to pitch in and solve problems to ensure a positive experience for our audiences
    – Familiarity with Venice and surrounding communities is a plus
    – Natural collaborator who effectively communicates with our audiences and artistic and administrative staff

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    – Primary contact for new and returning patrons, audiences, and season subscribers
    – Serves as primary staff in the box office and coordinate additional staff, as needed
    – Enter new shows into ticketing system and keep show information current (dates, cast, review notices, extensions etc.)
    – Place tickets on discount ticketing sites in conjunction with Administrative Manager
    – Take show reservations over the phone, receive and respond to email and phone messages
    – Generate door list, check in patrons before shows, and run nightly box office reports
    – Manage and order concessions and supplies
    – Heads up volunteer usher and concessions staff
    – Interact with social media and marketing staff to keep them apprised of any time or date changes (extensions)
    – Manage and update database of customers, donors, and subscribers
    – Process subscriptions and donations
    – Other related box office duties as assigned
    – Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings

    To apply: email your resume to Business Manager Jen Lonsway at prtjennifer@earthlink.net. with Subject Line: Box Office Applicant

    Jen Lonsway prtjennifer@earthlink.net https://pacificresidenttheatre.com
  • Apr 26 DESIGN INTERN 18TH STREET ARTS CENTER
    internship

    Santa Monica, CA

    INTERNSHIP

    TIME COMMITMENT: Minimum 3-month commitment of 12 hours per week. Schedule is flexible.

    COMPENSATION: Volunteer. College credit possible; check with your academic advisor to make arrangements

    Under the supervision of the Director of Communications and Outreach the selected candidate will expand their portfolio and gain valuable professional creative experience working with an arts organization on print and digital design. Work on catalogues, artists books, showcards, ads, logos and branding with lots of creative freedom in a collaborative environment. Must be proficient with a widely used design software – Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Sketch, or Invision.
    – Watch your designs gain lots of audience and traction
    – Work with a very collaborative staff and dozens of fascinating artists
    – Pursue your ideas with lots of creative freedom
    – Gain valuable professional experience working within an arts organization

    TO APPLY: Send a cover letter and resume, along with writing samples and/or social media handles to jobopenings@18thstreet.org. Please provide links to a portfolio with at least 5 different format designs for print and web. Please specify “Design Intern” in the subject line.

    CONTACT YOUR CHAIR IF INTERESTED IN THIS INTERNSHIP!

    https://18thstreet.org
  • Apr 26 YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONAL/ACTIVITY LEADER BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF LAGUNA BEACH
    Parttime

    Laguna Beach, CA

    PART-TIME

    COMPENSATION: $13.00-$14.00 per hour

    Position Summary:The Youth Development Professional is responsible for: ensuring youth development principles are incorporated into programs and activities (Education, Character & Leadership, The ARTS, and Sports & Recreation); providing guidance and discipline to ensure a safe and positive environment for youth; ensuring the incorporation of character development, age appropriate (ages 5-18) and gender-specific programs and activities; ensuring that cultural diversity educational programs are implemented; assuring the planning development and implementation of Boys & girls Clubs of America National Programs; and maintaining and caring for applicable equipment and supplies.

    Qualification Requirements:Knowledge of youth development principles and practices, social and emotional intelligence, and procedures and resources related to core area programming.

    Skills required in the following areas:
    – Safety, Health and Environmental Skills:Supporting a Safe Environment, Fostering Organizational Wellness.
    – Communication Skills:Writing, informing, listening, and Presenting.
    – Planning Skills:Action Planning and Organizing, Monitoring, and Time Management. Decision-Making Skills:Analyzing, Judgement, and Innovating.
    – Relationship Skills: Teamwork, Networking and Relationship Building.
    – Quality Skills:Implementing Quality Improvements.
    – Technology: Update and Maintain skills in use of current technology and information management systems.

    For more information and to apply, contact Addie McHale at addiem@bgclaguna.org.

    http://bgclagunabeach.org
  • Apr 26 MULTIPLE ART POSITIONS CHILD CREATIVITY LAB
    Parttime

    Santa Ana, CA

    PART-TIME

    POSITION:CREATIVE ARTS LEAD

    To develop, and facilitate Open Studios, STEAM+Creativity workshops, Special Events and Birthday Parties with participants of all ages.
Child Creativity Lab Depot for Creative Reuse

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
    – Prepare materials for scheduled workshops at depot
▪ Set up kits/materials and clean up 30 minutes before and after each workshop
    – Facilitate, execute, and oversee STEAM+Creativity programs at the Depot
    – Develop new challenges / lesson curriculum based on area of interest, expertise, and alignment with school standards ▪ Lead and create themes for Birthday Parties
    – Develop and execute Special Community Maker Events at the Depot
    – Assist at off-site STEAM+Creativity Workshops as needed

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    – Interest in education, arts and science and a minimum of 1 year of classroom experience (teacher, teacher aid, etc.)
    – Automobile or access to other transportation required
    – Creative, flexible, and able to adapt to new situations of a non-profit/start-up environment
    – Dedicated and willing to help build the organization
    – Dependable attendance and being on-time for workshops
    – Excellent organization and communication skills

    Time Commitment: Part- time position, Tuesdays – Saturdays: 12 – 28 hours per week

    COMPENSATION: Starting at $14.00 per hour

    For more information and to apply, contact Kaitlyn Lam at kaitlynlam@childcreativitylab.org.
    POSITION: EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR

    The primary responsibility of the Education Instructor is to instruct STEAM + Creativity workshops with participants of all ages, prepare workshop materials for programs, and develop STEAM- based curriculum.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
    – Set up kits/materials and clean up 30 minutes before and after the workshops
    – Facilitate and oversee STEAM + Creativity programs at various locations with other instructors/staff
    – Develop new challenges/ lesson curriculum based on area of interest, expertise, and alignment with school standards.
    – Interest in education and minimum of 1 year of classroom experience (teacher, teacher aid, etc.)
    – Automobile or access to other transportation REQUIRED ▪ Age 18+
▪ Creative, flexible, and able to adapt to new situations of a non-profit/start-up environment
    – Dedicated and willing to help build the organization
    – Dependable attendance and being on-time for workshops
    – Excellent organization and communication skills

    TIME COMMITMENT:
    – Full-time position, Mondays – some Saturdays: 32 – 40 hours per week

    COMPENSATION: Starting at $14.00 per hour

    For more information and to apply, contact Kaitlyn Lam at kaitlynlam@childcreativitylab.org.
    POSITION: PROGRAM ASSOCIATE

    The primary responsibility of the Program Associate is to assist in managing the day to day operations and programs of the Child Creativity Lab.

    Key Responsibilities:
    – Maintaining presentable displays of reusable materials ▪ Working the check-out station, including inputting membership
    – Providing friendly and quality customer service
    – Building and maintaining material partnerships with local businesses
    – Picking up and stocking current materials
    – Preparing materials for STEAM + Creativity workshops
    – Assisting with periodic on-site workshops
    – Assisting with off-site programming
    Qualifications:
    – Interest in education, or environmental sustainability
    – Automobile or access to other transportation REQUIRED
    – Creative, flexible, and able to adapt to new situations of a non-profit/start-up environment
    – Dedicated and willing to help build the organization
    – Dependable attendance and being on-time for workshops
    – Excellent organization and communication skills

    Time Commitment: Part-Time/Full-time position, Tuesdays – Saturdays: 12 – 40 hours per week

    COMPENSATION: Starting at $12.00 per hour
    For more information and to apply, contact Kaitlyn Lam at kaitlynlam@childcreativitylab.org.

    Kaitlyn Lam kaitlynlam@childcreavitiylab.org https://www.childcreativitylab.org
  • Apr 26 MULTIPLE POSITIONS READY TO BE FILLED FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS
    Parttime

    Laguna Beach, CA

    PART-TIME

    POSITION: USHER

    July 5 – August 31

    USHER NIGHTLY SCHEDULE
    6:45 p.m. – Clock In
    7:00 p.m. – Roll Call
    7:30 p.m. – Begin ushering (gates open)
    8:45 p.m. – Show begins (approx. time) When the show begins you are usually free to leave.

    Ushers work six days on and one day off, 2 hours nightly.
    You will be notified of the exact dates you will be required to work.
    A flexible schedule may be possible.

    FULL SEASON SCHEDULE July 5 – August 31
    FIRST HALF SCHEDULE July 5 – July 31
    SECOND HALF SCHEDULE August 1 – August 31

    WAGE
    Ushers are paid $12.50 per hour. Estimated work time each evening is 2 hours.
    Supervisors are paid $14.00 per hour. Supervisor positions are appointed at the discretion of the manager.

    POSITIONS: ALL OTHER TYPES

    The Festival and Pageant season starts July 5 and ends on August 31, 2019. Some positions start in June. Training usually takes place in late May or June.

    Position: Souvenir Program Sales – 16+ yrs.
    Shifts Available: Night shift, must be available from 5 pm – 11:30 pm
    Description: Sells souvenir programs to patrons.
    Requirements: Outgoing, service oriented, friendly, available nights & weekends,
    position stands/walks for long periods.

    Position: Seat Cushion Rental – 16 + yrs.
    Shifts Available: Night shift, must be available from 5 pm – 11:30 pm
    Description: Rents seat cushions to patrons.
    Requirements: Outgoing, friendly, service oriented, available nights,
    weekends, position stands/ walks for long periods.

    Position: Raffle Ticket Sales- 16 + yrs.
    Shifts Available: Night shift, must be available from 5 pm – 11:30 pm
    Description: Sells tickets for luxury car raffle to patrons.
    Requirements: Outgoing, friendly, service oriented, available nights, weekends, position
    stands/walks for long periods.

    Position: Operations Crew – 16 + yrs.
    Shifts Available: Day, evening
    Description: Cleans and maintains grounds area, performs janitorial duties
    Requirements: Dependable, able to follow direction, friendly, service and safety oriented.
    Stands and/or walks for long periods of time, able to lift up to 25 lbs, work
    outside

    Position: Gift Shop Sales – 18 +yrs.
    Shifts Available: Days, evenings
    Description: Greets and assists patrons with purchases, handles transactions, restocks
    merchandise area, keeps area orderly
    Requirements: Outgoing, service oriented, cash handling and retail sales experience;
    able to lift 10-25 lbs. Available days, nights, weekends

    Position: Security Guard – 18 + yrs.
    Shifts Available: Day, Evening, Graveyard
    Description: Patrol Festival grounds, provide security for staff, patrons, & artists;
    various posts available.
    Requirements: Service oriented, good judgment, friendly, must be able to work outdoors,
    may have to walk up and down steps, able to stand or walk for long periods of time.

    Position: Ticket Taker (Main Entrance) – 18 +yrs.
    Shifts Available: Days, evenings
    Description: Greets patrons as they enter or exit venue, takes ticket or verifies as
    appropriate, answers general questions.
    Requirements: Friendly, service oriented, available days, nights, weekends

    Position: Ticket Sales and Services – 18 + yrs.
    Shifts Available: Days, evenings; some positions start in June.
    Description: Sells reserved seats to Pageant of the Masters and provides auxiliary
    ticket services and Festival information.
    Requirements: Customer service skills, cash handling and computer skills, window
    and phone positions available; no telemarketing.
    Must be at least 18 or high school graduate. Day and/or evening shifts
    available
    Available to work through August 31 or close to it.

    Position: Blanket sales & Binocular Rental – 18 + yrs.
    Shifts Available: Night shift, must be available from 5 pm – 11:30 pm
    Description: Sells blankets & rents binoculars to patrons.
    Requirements: Outgoing, friendly, service oriented, available nights, weekends, position
    stands and/or walks for long periods

    TO APPLY:
    Online applications are available online at WWW.FOAPOM.COM/JOBS Hard copies of applications may be returned by: email to pageant.jobs@foapom.com; by fax to 949-494-9387; by mail or in person to: Festival of Arts, 650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, CA, 92651, attn. Human Resources

    jobs@foapom.com 949-464-4270 foapom.com
  • Apr 26 LAGUNA BEACH ART WALK GUIDES FIRST THURSDAYS ART WALK

    Laguna Beach, CA

    PART-TIME
    First Thursdays Art Walk Guides Wanted. Will train.

    Seeking friendly art lovers to work on First Thursdays Art Walk as Trolley Guides. Trolley Guides ride the trolleys from 6:15 to 9:15 and assist visitors/guests with information regarding galleries, stops etc.

    We also need art lovers for in front of Laguna Art Museum answering questions and directing visitors to galleries during First Thursdays Art Walk.

    We pay $49 for the 3-hour shift, that occurs only once a month (except July & August).

    For more information and to apply, contact Deena Harros at dharros@gmail.com

    dharros@gmail.com http://firstthursdaysartwalk.com
  • Apr 26 DOG WALKERS AND SOCIAL MEDIA ASSISTANT HERE ROVER
    Parttime

    Laguna Beach, CA

    PART-TIME

    DOG WALKERS
    – Responsible for providing exercise for their client’s dogs each day.
    – Walks usually run in half-hour or one-hour increments.
    – Dog walkers often are also responsible for checking the dog’s food and water supply to make sure basic needs are met after their exercise.
    – Our dog walkers must be insurable, have a valid US driver’s license and be willing to drive in traffic.

    SOCIAL MEDIA ASSISTANT
    – Works closely with community manager or social media manager to create engaging content for a company’s social media presence, including keeping social media channels updated and brand-focused, and seeking out new social media avenues and ways of connecting with audiences.

    For more information and to apply, email hererover@gmail.com.

    949-482-2667 https://www.hererover.com
  • Apr 26 CREW MEMBER JERSEY MIKE’S
    Fulltime, Parttime

    Laguna Hills/Laguna Woods, CA

    PART-TIME, FULL-TIME

    The primary requirement of a Jersey Mike’s employee is a commitment to our company goals:
    – Create food that consistently meets Jersey Mike’s specifications and high quality standards
    – Take care of our customers by maintaining a culture of community, friendliness, and positive energy, and, of course, serving them with genuinely BIG SMILES!
    – Maintain a restaurant that is noticeably cleaner than others.

    Benefits:
    – Competitive Industry Pay
    – Flexible Hours- Generous FREE Employee Meal Program
    – In-House Training and Development
    – Advancement Opportunities
    – TIPS!

    For more information and to apply, visit https://www.jerseymikes.com/careers.

    https://www.jerseymikes.com
  • Apr 26 FACE PAINTERS, CARICATURISTS, LETTERBRUSH ARTISTS + MORE! KAMAN’S ART SHOPPES
    Parttime

    Anaheim, CA

    PART-TIME

    We are hiring part-time year round positions for all artists and we have flexible scheduling
    for students and Disney Cast Member perks to offer our employees.

    Kaman’s Art Shoppes seeks:
    – Caricature Artists
    – Letterbrush Art Artists
    – Face Painting Artists
    – Henna tattoo Artists
    – Body Art Artists

    All that is needed is a skilled art background and positive attitude and we will train you on
    our specific craft. Training is also PAID!

    Must enjoy working with people of all ages!

    For more information and to apply, visit https://kamansjobs.com/apply/ca/downtown-disney.

    http://kamansart.com
  • Apr 26 MULTIPLE ART POSITIONS AVAILABLE SAWDUST ART FESTIVAL
    Parttime

    Laguna Beach, CA

    PART-TIME

    LCAD students are encouraged to apply for summer positions at the Sawdust Art Festival in all departments.

    The 2019 summer festival is open seven days a week from June 28 to September 1.

    Mandatory All-employee Orientation/Training – Saturday, June 8.

    Hands-on Art Program – Art Instructor

    Applicants should have a strong arts background as well as a desire and ability to work with children as well as adults. This job requires the ability to work with Sawdust visitors ages two through adult, instructing and teaching a large variety of scheduled, pre-selected art and craft projects. Applicants should have the ability to work independently and keep the class schedule running on a timely basis including set-up and clean-up.

    Applicants should be available to work between 20 and 40 hours a week with an 8 hour shift beginning at 9:45 a.m. or a 3 hour shift starting at 5:30 p.m. Starting pay is $12.50 an hour plus tips.

    Ceramics Program – Ceramics Assistant

    Applicants should have taken at least one year of ceramics and be proficient on the wheel. The job requires the ability to work with Sawdust visitors ages two through adult, instructing and helping them throw a ceramic bowl, pot or vase. Applicants should also be able to assist with all stages of the ceramic process including receipt management, kiln prep, firing, glazing, sorting and clean up.

    Ceramics applicants should be available to work between 20 and 40 hours a week with 8 hour shifts beginning either at 9:30am or 1:00p.m. Starting pay is $12.50 an hour plus tips.

    Ceramics Sales Booth – Assistant

    Applicants should possess excellent people and organizational skills. Part-time and full-time positions involve assisting visitors and coordinating ceramic booth staff. Starting pay is $12.00 an hour.

    Guest Relations Assistant

    Applicants should have good communications skills, ability to follow supervisor direction. The position involves ensuring safety of all visitors, exhibitors and employees. Applicants will assist artist and guest on the premise according to job description and company policy. CPR and evacuation training provided. Starting pay is $12.00 an hour/day shifts, $13 an hour/overnight shifts.

    Ticket Sales/ Information Booth Assistant

    Applicant should possess excellent people skills. The position involves ticket sales, maintaining will call system, assist visitors, maintain artist and entertainer records according to company policy. On-job training starting pay $12.00.

    For more information and to apply, download an application for all departments at sawdustartfestival.org Please return applications to elapierre@sawdustartfestival.org or mail/deliver to Sawdust Art Festival, 935 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, CA 92651, Attn: Eric LaPierre

    https://sawdustartfestival.org
  • Apr 26 SERVERS, BARTENDERS, HOSTS, AND MORE! TERRA LAGUNA BEACH AND SEVEN 7 SEVEN
    Parttime

    Terra Laguna Beach and Seven 7 Seven
    https://www.terralagunabeach.com
    https://www.777lagunabeach.com
    Laguna Beach, CA

    PART-TIME

    Terra Laguna Beach and Seven 7 Seven are looking for servers, bartenders, receptionist, hosts, bar backs, expo’s and bussers for our summer restaurants.

    For more information and to apply, email weddings@tivoliterrace.com

    weddings@tivoliterrace.com https://www.terralagunabeach.com , https://www.777lagunabeach.com
  • Apr 26 CAMP COUNSELORS NEEDED STORYMAKERY
    Parttime

    Irvine, CA

    PART-TIME

    Storymakery is the first self-publishing destination experience, where kids can build their own character and stories. We are in a retail setting at the Irvine Spectrum Center.

    Our Storymakery camp counselors will work with kids ages 5-10 for the following types of programs: after school program, camps, scouts, field trips and more.

    Must be willing to work weekends and a couple of shifts during the weekdays. If you are hired to teach the writing camps, weekend work not required. We host Spring and Summer camps. Camp weeks:
    – March 25-29, 2019
    – April 1-5, 2019
    – Mid-June – mid-August 2019

    Courses cover plot development instruction and lessons on writing mechanics. Our associates will be trained and will be provided an easy to follow curriculum. Candidates possess the following traits and skills:
    – Strong grammar and writing skills (English)
    – Illustration skills – nice to have
    – High energy
    – Loves working with children
    – Positive attitude
    – Experience with creative writing in academics or elsewhere
    – Must be able to work in the afternoons on a few of the weekdays
    – Strong organizational and communication skills
    – Strong multi-tasking abilities
    – Demonstrates leadership and dependability
    – Aptitude for sales and customer service

    Compensation: $13.00/hour

    The ability to earn higher wages more quickly will be a function of the candidates’ experience, drive for sales, taking on key holder duties and lead responsibilities for our classes and field trips.

    For more information and to apply, visit http://www.storymakery.com/jobs.

    http://info.storymakery.com
  • Apr 26 ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE DESIGN WITHIN REACH
    Fulltime

    La Jolla, CA

    FULL-TIME
    If you have a passion for interior design and enjoy building relationships in the local design community, a Design Within Reach studio is the place for you! Our Studios serve as both a retail environment and as community centers for design, inviting constant interaction between the customer, our furniture and our team. DWR’s Studio Account Executives are product and sales experts who work to tell the story behind the product by esteemed designers such as Charles and Ray Eames and Jens Risom as well as leading manufacturers like Herman Miller and Knoll. Account Executives grow their client network through in-home visits to clients and trade visits to local industry firms and professionals.
    WHAT YOU’LL DO:
    – Grow your business on a weekly basis utilizing company programs and tools.
    – Work strategically to expand the client’s connection to the DWR brand and facilitate outreach in your local design community.
    – Develop and maintain product and design knowledge and industry awareness.
    – Manage the full client lifecycle to meet and exceed sales goals.
    – Facilitate the DWR client experience and become an expert on educating clients on each product’s story and details.
    – Travel for in-home client consultations and visits to local trade professionals.
    – Attend studio meetings, participate in product trainings, share information amongst peers and utilize the web and catalog to foster constant growth of product knowledge base.
    – Assist in maintaining the Studio’s design and visual standards using merchandising guidelines.
    – Fulfill client needs and resolve issues in a manner consistent with DWR’s client experience.
    – Collaborate with fellow associates and promote a positive team spirit.
    Does this sound like you?
    This might be you if you have the following skills and abilities…
    – Background in interior design or architecture.
    – Retail sales experience or customer success experience.
    – Ability to communicate with internal and external parties both verbally and in writing.
    – Ability to identify client needs, problem solve and to understand and explain product features and benefits.
    – Experience with a POS system and proficiency with MS Office software, web navigation and 3D rendering programs preferred.
    – Able to routinely move objects weighing over 20 pounds and to understand safety requirements.
    COMPENSATION: $15.90 per hour plus commission
    For more information and to apply, contact Chanele Davis at cdavis@dwr.com.

    Chanele Davis, Talent Acquisition Associate cdavis@dwr.com https://www.dwr.com/
  • Apr 26 GRAPHIC DESIGNER FOR CHILDREN’S BOOK
    freelance

    Laguna Niguel, CA

    FREELANCE

    I am looking for a graphic designer for a children’s picture book. This book is 32 pages total and is a story about a couple of seagulls, sea lion and a crab and their encounter with ocean trash. It is a book of teamwork and compassion. The illustrations are still being worked on and I will be providing high resolution files once complete. This would be on an independent contractor basis.

    If you are interested, please contact me at Darcie@thelottgroup.com.

    DARCIE LOTT Darcie@thelottgroup.com 951-317-6104
  • Apr 26 FRIEZE LOS ANGELES ASSISTANT FRIEZE
    Fulltime

    Los Angeles, CA

    FULL-TIME

    Frieze Los Angeles is seeking a talented, personable and organized person to provide advanced administrative support and high-level project management assistance to the Executive Director.
    The Executive Director and Assistant make up the Frieze Los Angeles office, and work remotely with the Frieze Fairs offices in London and New York to execute the annual Frieze Los Angeles art fair, the next taking place in February 2020.
    As the key support to the Executive Director, this position will be involved with a variety of projects, including fair initiatives and cultivation events, together with acting as the frontline representative for the Executive Director, both within and outside Frieze. Responsibilities of the assistant include providing support for Executive Director’s communications and organization – correspondence; scheduling; powerpoint presentations with messaging, images; project management of special projects; office organization; and coordination with administrative staff in other departments. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who seeks to learn all aspects of the LA and international art world.
    For more information and to apply, visit https://careers.frieze.com/#134.

    jobs@frieze.com https://frieze.com/
  • Apr 30 PRODUCTIONS ASSISTANTS LAGUNA HERBALS
    other

    Laguna Beach, CA

    TEMPORARY

    COMPENSATION: $12 per hour, Monday through Friday, up to 8 hours per day (flexible on time based on student’s schedule)

    Timeline for Completion: May 6 through May 30, Monday through Friday between 9am-5pm (can be flexible, but 9am-5pm is ideal)

    A local fast growing “green beauty” consumer products company is looking to hire up to 7+ temporary production assistants to help with a filling, labeling and packing project for aromatherapeutic face, bath and body products. No experience required. Fun, upbeat environment local in laguna beach, ca. We would love for you to join us so we can get to know you as we will likely have these types of projects throughout the year.

    FREE PRODUCT (in addition to pay) will be comped to all assistants plus in house lunch break included.

    For more information and to apply, contact Andrea Sands at lagunaherbals1@gmail.com.

    https://lagunaherbals.com/ 949-239-5212
  • Apr 30 CHILDREN’S ART TEACHER FIBO KIDS ART ACADEMY
    Parttime

    Fountain Valley, CA

    PART-TIME

    We are a children’s art school. We have multiple locations throughout Orange County, founded in 2005. We are currently seeking to hire for multiple positions, from Assistants to Teachers and Directors both Part Time and Full Time. We require all candidates have a BA in Art or are currently obtaining one and prefer some Customer Service and Teaching Experience. Please apply for more specific position information.

    COMPENSATION: $18.00 per hour

    For more information and to apply, visit https://www.indeedjobs.com/fibo-kids-art-academy/jobs/d351931604fb3faeb462.

    714-579-1929 https://www.fiboart.com/
  • Apr 30 WHITEBOARD ANIMATION GART SUTTON & ASSOCIATES INC.
    freelance

    Corona del Mar, CA

    FREELANCE

    Skills Required including Computer Programs: Needs ability to create something like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anmTEbZGYxA or https://www.youtube.com/watch? time_continue=10&v=cFdCzN7RYbw

    Total project is (12) 10-minute videos needing animation. My company holds all rights. Work is exclusive for a valued client of GSA.

    For more information and to apply, contact Gart Sutton at gart@gartsutton.com.

    Gart Sutton gart@gartsutton.com https://www.gartsutton.com/
  • Apr 30 EVENTS TEAM LCAD ADMISSIONS DEPARTMENT
    Parttime

    Laguna Beach, CA

    PART-TIME

    TASKS:
    – Event set-up and clean-up
    – Check in at events
    – Customer service skills
    – Some lifting
    – Ambassador of LCAD
    – Informal tours
    – Work with Admissions team/Dept.
    – Other tasks as assigned

    REQUIREMENTS:
    – Reliable
    – Tidy and presentable
    – Punctual
    – Responsible
    – Communication skills
    – Detail oriented
    – Friendly/Social
    – Take initiative
    – Typing and filing skills
    – Communicate effectively with supervisor and public
    – Work well independently and with a team
    – Be efficient and self-directed

    Be an ambassador of LCAD and your major

    HOURS AND DATES VARY

    PHYSICAL ESSENTIAL:
    – Sitting, keyboarding, may lift up to 25 lbs
    – Without assistance, grasping, pulling, pushing, reaching, and moving from one place to another
    – This position may take place indoors and/or outdoors and have exposure to outdoor weather elements
    – Occasional bending, stooping, and squatting
    – Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply

    For more information and to apply, contact Madison Keyes at mkeyes@lcad.edu.

    Madison Keyes mkeyes@lcad.edu 949-376-6000 www.lcad.edu
  • Apr 30 FRONT COUNTER AND FOOD PREP BANZAI BOWLS

    Laguna Beach, CA

    PART-TIME

    No-frills spot specializing in bright acai bowls & smoothies made from an array of fruits & juices.

    Apply in person.

    949-715-8989 https://banzaibowls.com/
  • Apr 30 RECHARGE FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP NEW YORK FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS
    other

    Brooklyn, NY

    OTHER

    DEADLINE: AUGUST 7, 2019 (WEDNESDAY) AT 11:59 PM (EST)

    The $5,000 award was created for painters living in the United States and U.S. Territories who are working in the New Surrealist style.

    The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is proud to announce the creation of the Recharge Foundation Fellowship for New Surrealist Art, a $5,000 award for painters living in the United States and U.S. Territories who are working in the New Surrealist style. The award program will be administered by NYFA with funding provided by the Gu Family of the Recharge Foundation.

    CURRENT AWARD CYCLE
    Applications for the 2019-20 award cycle are now open. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 11:59 PM EST.

    ELIGIBILITY
    – Applicants must be working in the New Surrealist style. The New Surrealist style is an extension of the Surrealist movement which was at its height in the 1920s. Artists working within this style combine imagery in uncanny and unexpected solutions.
    – Applicants must be painters. NYFA defines painting as a work that involves painting on any kind of surface.
    – Applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time the application closes.
    – NYFA employees, members of the NYFA Board of Trustees or Artists’ Advisory Committee, and/or an immediate family member of any of the above cannot apply.

    Students in bachelor’s or master’s degree programs are eligible to apply.

    For more information and to apply, visit https://www.nyfa.org/Content/Show/The-Recharge-Foundation-Fellowship-for-New-Surrealist-Art.

    fellowships@nyfa.org https://www.nyfa.org/
  • Apr 30 SUMMER ART INSTRUCTOR LOS ANGELES ARBORETUM FOUNDATION
    Fulltime, other

    Arcadia, CA

    FULL-TIME, TEMPORARY

    The Arboretum Summer Nature Camp is an extraordinary program that offers nature adventure, the science behind gardening, and arts and crafts focused on nature and the outdoors. The Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden is currently seeking a qualified, enthusiastic, creative art educator that can bring the highest quality of commitment and caring to our campers. Instructors must enjoy teaching, being outdoors, and creating innovative, hands-on experiences for active and curious young minds. Below are the two areas that applicants must have a working knowledge of to be a possible fit.

    Arts and Crafts – Experience working with all art media (painting, drawing, clay, tie-dying, papier mache, natural materials, etc.). Must be able to design and implement a creative arts and crafts program for children ages 5-11 as well as maintain and organize supplies for the area.

    Outdoor Activities – Experience creating and implementing games and activities for young children. The instructor must be able to create and facilitate fun activities, suitable for 5-11 year olds, which foster an appreciation of nature and the environment. Games can be facilitated with age appropriate debriefing to enhance the educational value.

    Educators must be available for the entire 10-week program and for up to 40 hours prior to camp starting for lesson planning. Salary is DOE. Up to 40 hours per week. Teachers are expected to create lesson plans and supply lists for each session and have them submitted by the required date. All supplies are provided. Prior to employment, all candidates will go through a background check including fingerprinting by LA County.

    Please email letter of interest at CV to Ted.tegart@arboretum.org.

    arts@aju.edu https://www.arboretum.org/
  • Apr 30 ARTS PROGRAM ASSOCIATE AMERICAN JEWISH UNIVERSITY
    Parttime

    Los Angeles, CA

    PART-TIME

    We are looking for a highly skilled, motivated administrator and coordinator, versed in the art world – in LA and beyond – to join AJU’s Arts Program. We need a super detail-oriented person, with incredible personal skills and customer service experience. Background in education is also a plus.

    We are an active space of engagement and learning, which is home to various communities. The Arts at AJU program outreaches across LA through various initiatives, including exhibitions, talks, lectures, tours and cross-organizational collaborations.
    The Interim Arts Program Associate will be the main contact person for partners and AJU’s departments, including students, instructors, volunteers and interns, as well as artists and scholars who take part in our events and activities.

    The Arts Program Associate will work closely with AJU’s Chief Curator to manage and maintain our galleries and art collection, while coordinating and overseeing classes and events.

    – Oversee and execute all administrative duties for the Fine Arts program, arts related initiatives, and the art collection.
    – Provide administrative support for exhibitions and related events in both campuses, and for the AJU Art Collection.
    – Coordinate gallery exhibition schedule and work in coordination with appropriate staff members, artists and vendors, to execute installations, de-installations, and additional events.
    – Execute the creative vision of the curatorial team, and support the production of events (openings, receptions, talks, etc.) in various gallery spaces.
    – Communicate with community partners before, during and after events in the gallery and AJU’s art spaces.
    – Coordinate tours and various activities at AJU’s Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden.
    – With the Chief Curator, draft all contracts and agreements with artists, instructors, guides, performers, production teams, sponsors, and vendors.
    – Maintain gallery storage and inventory records.
    – Oversee the digitization process of the collection, including communication with appropriate staff members, and update the Chief Curator routinely with progress.
    – In coordination with the Chief Curator, oversee and execute the re-labeling process of works from the collection that are displayed in AJUs public spaces.
    – Drafting community emails and maintaining contact lists, and event registration pages (and maintaining RSVP spreadsheets).
    – Updating and maintaining community contact database and digital event files.
    – Oversee the administrative duties and implementation of classes, art education programs, art-based tours, educational fellowships, and new art initiatives.
    – Act as the liaison to organizational partners and our teachers.
    – Communicates with fine arts instructors and students: respond to their daily needs for classes, gather information regarding syllabus and material fees before term begins, draft contracts, gather scheduling information for marketing purposes and handle all administrative aspects of the Fine Arts program.
    – Provide needed materials for marketing purposes to the marketing department.
    – Coordinate volunteers, interns and work-study students.
    – Work with Facilities department to ensure the proper scheduling and set-ups of event/class spaces.
    – Enhance communications around events and programs, utilizing social media on a daily basis, in coordination with the Chief Curator.
    – Perform all other needed duties for programs, series and lectures that take place in the framework of Arts at AJU.

    EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
    – 3+ years of experience in the art world, preferably in an institutional setting (gallery, museum, academic gallery, etc.).
    – Passion for community building and arts education
    – Experience in events coordination.
    – Ability to work on a number of projects at the same time, and oversee their successful execution.
    – Ability to provide excellent customer service, and maintain daily communication with Whizin instructors and students.
    – Excellent collaboration skills to be a successful member of our small team and interact with other AJU departments and external partners, including museums, galleries, non-for profits, people of all ages, and community organizations.
    – Proficiency of the LA art world and knowledge of the international scene.
    – Experience with art collections and their maintenance is a plus.
    – Incredible attention to detail.
    – Ability to work independently and assess priorities.

    Compensation: $25 per hour, 20 hours per week

    To Apply:
    The ideal start date is immediate.
    Please include a cover letter and CV, and send to arts@aju.edu.

    https://www.aju.edu/